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native language

[′nād·iv ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
Machine language that is executed by the computer for which it is specifically designed, in contrast to a computer using an emulator.

native language

The machine language of a particular CPU family such as x86, ARM or IBM System z. Also known as "native code." See native executable, machine language and native mode.
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While encouraging native language development and use among students may initially seem daunting or present challenges to monolingual teachers, creative solutions can help teachers to overcome potential barriers to this practice.
Washington, Dec 16 (ANI): Marketing messages expressed in people's native languages are most effective at triggering emotional reactions, according to a new study.
I am a great supporter of native language instruction, because then we know if children are really understanding and learning the many concepts of language.
In reality, the interest of the federal government was to promote Standard English and to allow the teaching of a Native language as a tangential feature.
Lane already is known for its native student programs, including a course that takes a broad look at Native language and culture, and the LCC board recently approved the Native language sequence.
For example, teachers and parents could teach children to label objects using both their native language and English.
Over the years amendments have expanded the scope of Title VII to permit the enrollment of English-speaking students (1978), to include the maintenance of students' native languages (1984), and to emphasize teacher training (1984, 1988).
Optimality theory provides an account of how children could figure out their native language, perhaps given innate access to universal constraints on grammar," contends Paul Smolensky, a cognitive scientist at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Some of the client's life experiences and rehabilitation issues are "language specific" and can come closest to full expression only in the native language.
Using this revolutionary software tool, medical device documentation can be quickly matched with medical device translators, while legal petitions are routed to native language translators with strong legal experience.
7% of apps on people's mobile devices are in their native language.