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I'm sorry, I'm not an english native speaker and the terms are very much alike in my native language - it's been a really long day.
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I am not an English native speaker).
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Dictionary
native speaker (noun)

  • A person who grew up with a particular language as their mother tongue.
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I'm not an English native speaker, but I wouldn't speak my mind that bad even if I wanted to.
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I hope wield is the right word, I'm not an English native speaker and I never used that word before.
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I'm not an english native speaker, buffet is like kinesio?
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I'm not an English native speaker although I have lived in the US during my childhood.
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I'm not an English native speaker but I'm sure I've seen the expression "X meets Y meets Z" meaning "it has elements of X, Y and Z".
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I couldn't catch it, I'm not an native English speaker.
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i think it's "fall on deaf ears" but i'm not an native english speaker either
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Well, I'm not an English native speaker so I don't know it all too well.
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Sorry for that, I'm not an English native speaker so I'll try to avoid that in the future lol
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I'm not an english native speaker, so please be gentle when arguing ;).
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Things like this make me think about how partially British I've become since I'm not an native English speaker and have learnt the wast majority through experience and hence pick up both British and American words and terminology without necessarily being able to differentiate about where it came from.
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I am not a native speaker so i do not know if traffic light was the right word
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I am not a native English speaker, so excuse me for any mistake I will make, if I sound mean, it is not intended.
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I am not a native english speaker so I am not above making an occasional mistake.
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The neckline is sticking out (I am not a native speaker, don't know if this is the phrase?
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Sry I am not a native English speaker.
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Had to google zinger, because only thing I know is KFC burger and I am not English native speaker.
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No I am not a native speaker, but still a rookie mistake!
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I mean, you probably picked up on the fact that I am not a native English speaker long ago right?
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I understand that 精神 and 尊厳 respectively mean "mind/sprit" and "diginity" but I have no idea what "The dignity of human's mind" means (perhaps because I am not a native English speaker).
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But since I am not a native English speaker I think I'll pass.
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Sorry, I am not a native English speaker.
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K... As you see I am not a native English speaker so I can make this mistakes
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As it should be clear my English is clumsy and I am not a native speaker.
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sorry i am not a native speaker.
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Thank you and yes, I am not a native speaker and as such, I don't see those mistakes.
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If it may help I am not a native english speaker so if these words appear condescending it is not what I meant.
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Since I am not a native English speaker, it is hard for me to communicate this correctly to you.
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Sorry for my English as I am not a native speaker
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I am not native speaker and I don't quite understand what is wrong with this title
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1 I am not a native english speaker.
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(Also sorry for odd phrasing, I am not a native english speaker.)
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So let's start with the things I really liked: The text was easy to read (good for me as I am not a native speaker) and had some cool information about the players and can be seen as a sum of all the stuff you saw around reddit and other social media for the last few month (shook is inconsistent, Wickds champion pool).
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I am not a native speaker so would welcome any corrections.
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Yes, I am not native speaker, so I screw up little bits and bobs sometimes.
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Sorry for my English, I am not a native speaker.
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I am not a native english speaker and I wasn't sure how to say it.
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Also, the answer is not as clear cut as you seem to think; I am not a native speaker like they were, which is a huge disadvantage, but I do have access to libraries and philological studies that cover huge geographic areas, as well as 2000 years of careful consideration that I can find at a library and peruse, so maybe the battle isn't totally slanted on the side of the Church fathers in this regard.
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I am not a native speaker, I sometimes struggle with the finer nuances of the language - hence the thread!
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The problem with that is that I am not a native speaker.
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I hope they are in at least some way helpful to the mapper and my apologies if something is unclear, I am not a native English speaker and neither am I a good writer of long texts, as the sentences tend to get out of control for me.
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Basically, your brain sorts your sensory impulses (forgive me if this is not the right thing to call it, I am not a native English speaker) if you don't have ADHD.
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Also all of the e-books I have read have been way too...professional I am not a native english speaker so some of the stuff they write just don't make sense to me but it might for you.
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I am not a native english speaker, so if you don't understand something or have any questions I'll be happy to try and answer.
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I do not hear the name Cuthbert and think "well-known and bright", so I am not sure a native Hebrew speaker might hear the name David and think "beloved friend"?
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I am from Germany and not a native speaker.
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Sorry I did not think my wording would enrage people as much, also even though my english is good I am still not a native speaker...
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