Re: [RFR] pot-debconf://lwat/en.po
Christian Perrier <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I mean what I would have said as "une personne dont la langue maternelle
> est l'anglais" in my own first language..:-)
I think you can use "a person who has English as their mother tongue"
in English, but with all the political correctness running around, it
may get a bit hot and flamey. First language is safer, although
there's fun like bilingual speakers have two first languages...
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