- 1 Post By sarat_106
native x native-born
Are there differences between the terms
native and native-born ?
Are they used interchangeably?
Re: native x native-born
Only when native is used to describe a person, because:
Originally Posted by ymnisky
A native-born is always meanta person who was born within the country's territory and has been legally recognized as that country's citizen from birth, as opposed to a foreign born who were not citizens at birth but subsequently become due to their birth in a native family temporarily residind at at the time of birth..
On the other hand a native can be a person born in a particular place as distinguished from foreigners, colonizers or a plant or animal that lives or grows naturally in a place and has not been brought from somewhere else.
A native of America, the natives of Brazil.
The red squirrel is a native of Britain
It can be also used as an adjective to describe the 1st laguage/culture of a country
English is the native language of America.
Yuo can buy native jwellary from this market.
Last edited by sarat_106; 06-Sep-2009 at 12:02.
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