non-native

Related to non-native: Non-native species

non-native

n
a person who is not a native of a particular place or country
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ANGLERS have reported finding a non-native species of fish back in rivers in parts of Scotland.
The Director of the Arabic for Non-Native Speakers Center Dr Abdullah Abdul Rahman said in a statement to Qatar News Agency (QNA) that the centre admits 60 to 70 students annually of the large number of applicants of different nationalities to join Arabic language programmes, which may reach up to 2,000.
- English - approximately 370 million native speakers and 600 million non-native speakers
"Eating non-native prey isn't as good for predators as eating native prey.
Native and Non-Native Teachers in English Language Classrooms: Professional Challenges and Teacher Education
On September 8-11 Newcastle University will be running the region's contribution to a national campaign to help scientists understand the impact non-native alien species are having on the coastal environment.
The workshop concentrated on the modern methods of teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers, including planning Arabic language lessons for non-native speakers, the role of modern educational methods in enhancing the performance of the teacher and the school, facilitating self-learning activities outside schools, developing the four essential skills in learning a language -- listening, speaking, reading, and writing -- and evaluating the level of learning for non-native Arabic speakers.
Some 68 students from Qatar University's (QU) Arabic for Non-Native Speakers (ANNS) Centre have graduated this year, it was announced.
Primary is the native or non-native design of the database management system.
The present study aims at investigating the attitudes and perceptions of the Saudi EFL learners about the non-Arab non-native EFL teachers i.e.
Trees face a variety of threats today from climate change to harmful native and non-native species to imbalanced ecosystems.

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