So it’s all about mothers and languages I guess. You see, there is this term “native language” which is quite widely used. Your native language is the language you learned as child, at least in most cases. It’s your first language, your mother tongue. In an earlier thread we established that mother tongue and native language are more or less synonyms with the latter probably being more popular.
But there obviously is also the term “mother language”. At least that’s what mother Google tells us. So, my question is what is a “mother language” and what is the difference between your “native language” and your “mother language”?[YSaerTTEW443543]
TOEIC listening, photographs: Out for a walk[YSaerTTEW443543]