Are “étasunien” and “étatsunien” both considered correct French?
Robert dictionary only considers étasunien without T in the middle as correct.
On a sidenote, French people will almost always say américain instead. Way more natural.
The same way as an American would say “I am American“ rather than “I am a United States American”.
Thank you. There are a lot of questions towards the end of the French Fluency Fast Track where the cloze word is “étasunien” or “étatsunien” or a plural / gender variation.