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Q: Why show me as a non-native speaker

When applying for a job, why show me as a non-native?

14 weeks 3 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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are you a 'non-native' english speaker?

you are leaving out information in your question that would facilitate an answer.

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To answer your statement, because a question customarily has a question mark in English, I too would require a little more information.

Non-native speaker usually means that English isn't the first and primary language of your country. Without knowing which country your come from it is difficult to reason this conundrum.

The syntax, grammar and punctuation of your question would indicate that English isn't your first language. Please provide some more information. I'd love to know whether Colonel Mustard killed the butler in the library with a lead pipe.

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" ...  show me the way ...

... to the next whiskey bar ...

 ... Ohh, don't ask why, don't ask why ..

... Show me the way to the next little girl ...

... Ohh, don't ask why ..."

 

I can sing ... who could tell ... 

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