The language normally used by the child in the home/learning environment. Also for individuals with deafness/blindness/no written language, it is the mode of communication normally used, e.g., sign language, Braille, or oral communication.
The first language learned and spoken by individuals based on their culture, country, and/or family.
(1) The instructions that a particular processor can execute directly; machine language. (2) The text that an executing program uses to communicate with a user or environment; that is, the natural language of the end user.
the language(s) first learned by an individual. A person who acquires more than one language from infancy or early childhood may have more than one native language. See also FIRST LANGUAGE and MOTHER TONGUE.
The primary language used by an individual.
The language of the DBEnvironment. In ALLBASE/NET and ALLBASE/SQL, the default language is n-computer. PORTNLS is used.
Refers to the first language (L1) a child learns. (Synonymous with primary language.)
the language that a person has spoken from earliest childhood
a language that is acquired naturally during childhood and is usually spoken at home, as opposed to a language that is learned later in life, for example, as part of a person's formal education
When used with respect to an individual of who is limited English proficient, the language normally used by the individual or, in the case of a child, the language normally used by the parents of the child. (20 U.S.C. §1401)
The first language learned by a person, which may or may not be the person's dominant language or language of primary competence. Native speakers can have a grossly inadequate knowledge of their native language, particularly when they have been brought up and educated in a country where a language other than their native language is spoken.
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.
see primary language.
A computer user's spoken or written language, such as Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Katakana, Korean, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, etc. afaan dhalootaa View
Language normally used by the child’s parents.
The language of the home, i.e. the native language of children who are deaf with deaf parents is often American Sign Language.