Translation of first language in Spanish:

first language

primer idioma, n.

noun

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    primer idioma masculine
    • The most immediate obstacle lies in equipping people with limited literacy levels and a variety of first languages to understand how the machines function and how to access the network.
    • Announcers still have to come up with something to say, and they often don't speak English as a first language.
    • Managing workers who don't speak English as their first language is tricky.
    • It seems to hover between teaching it as a second language and as a first language, without being successful at either.
    • As of the late 1990s, there are only a small number of people who speak Breton as their first language.
    • She doesn't speak English as a first language so the conversation was a little difficult.
    • Children with special needs or who do not speak English as their first language were seen to have made good progress.
    • Please accept my apology for any grammatical errors in advance since English is not my first language.
    • ‘We are an inclusive school,’ she says, adding that 19 first languages are spoken among the pupils.
    • We have quite a few Australian citizens who also don't speak English as their first language.
    • It is clear to anyone that French is not my first language.
    • He was diagnosed as profoundly deaf as a toddler after an accident, and British Sign Language is his first language.
    • That sentence wasn't written by anyone who speaks English as a first language.
    • Spanish is the first language, but English is widely spoken in the tourist trade.
    • Many speak excellent English, but some will speak French as a first language.