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native ... - mother ...

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Hallo ... bin mir sicher, dass die Frage schon mal gestellt wurde, kann den Thread aber nicht finden. Gibt es einen Unterschied zwischen "native language" und "mother tongue" ? Vielleicht einen geografischen? Pons zeigt mir nur "mother tongue", aber nicht "native language" an. Heißt das, dass Pons eher britisch ausgerichtet ist?

Danke!
AuthorNotNative08 May 09, 21:28
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hmm, das geht ja ruckzuck mit dem Antworten ;-) oder weiß es wirklich keiner?
#1AuthorNotNative10 May 09, 15:55
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I don't think there is a difference.

Native Language: Typically known as a persons 'mother tongue'. It is often the first language an individual learns, but it may also be someones 'dominant language' if they are multilingual.

http://advancedlanguage.com/glossary.htm

http://www.google.de/search?q=define%3Anative...

#2Authorpenguin (236245) 10 May 09, 16:13
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Ok, thanks!
#3AuthorNotNative10 May 09, 17:41
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