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First language

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

A first language is the language that a person learned as a baby, normally from mother. It is also known as a mother tongue.

Many people also have a second language, a language they learned or started to use later in their life.

In some cultures, a person's language may more likely to be that of his or her father. In this case it will be a "father tongue" rather than a "mother tongue". The mother will be likely to speak to the child in the language of his/her father. However, this can be very different from one group of people to the next.

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