one Scotland man

Is the following sentence correct?

Three Frenchmen, two American women, four Chinese men, one Russian man, one Spanish woman, two Englishmen and one Scotland man came into the shop yesterday at 3:00 PM.

Is there any way to shorten this sentence without changing it’s meaning?

‘One Scottish man’ or ‘one Scotsman’ not ‘one Scotland man’.

To shorten it, I suppose you could say:
A group of people of different nationalities came into the shop yesterday at 3:00 p.m.
but you would obviously lose some detail!

Hi Fedorov,

Remember that ‘its’ here is a possessive adjective and not a shortened form of ‘it is’.

Alan

Thanks both Alan and Beeesneees :))

interesting!