There seems to be no pattern regarding when the nationality/adjective is -es or -as. In this question, it women are -es. In other questions, it is-as Nosotras vivimos en Dublin pero Sokos portuguesas. What am I missing?
There are different lessons on nationality adjectives. Not all endings follow the same rule. Here is another lesson for nationalities ending in -s.
I hope it helps
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