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"native speaker" vs "natural speaker"



 
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"native speaker" vs "natural speaker" #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 16, 2008 18:57 pm   "native speaker" vs "natural speaker"
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #98 "Student Teacher Dialogue (1)", question 6

Student: Just because you are a ......... speaker.

(a) natural
(b) native
(c) national
(d) nature

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #98 "Student Teacher Dialogue (1)", answer 6

Student: Just because you are a native speaker.

Correct answer: (b) native

Your answer was: incorrect
Student: Just because you are a natural speaker.
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why is it wrong?

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"native speaker" vs "natural speaker" #2 (permalink) Tue Jun 17, 2008 12:31 pm   "native speaker" vs "natural speaker"
 

Because the correct phrase is "native speaker".

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