learn - to get knowledge of a subject or skill by studying, doing it, or being taught, mother tongue - the first language that you learn as a child, foreign - from or relating to a country that is not your own, native speaker - someone who learned a particular language as their first language rather than as a foreign language, slang - very informal language that uses new or rude words instead of the usual words for something, jargon - words and phrases used by people in the same profession that are difficult for other people to understand, fluency - the ability to speak or write a language very well, without stopping or making mistakes, bilingual - able to speak two languages very well, skill - an ability to do something well, especially because you have learned and practised it, strategy - a plan used to achieve something, accuracy - the ability to do something in an exact way without making a mistake, boss - the person who employs you or who is in charge of you at work, classmate - someone who is in the same class as you at school or college, employee - someone who receives a salary ( = payment) to work for an organisation, person, or company, fiancé - the man whom a woman is going to marry, fiancée - the woman whom a man is going to marry, godfather - a man who promises at a baptism ceremony to help a child, and to teach him or her Christian values, godmother - a woman who promises at a baptism ceremony to help a child, and to teach him or her Christian values, member - someone who belongs to a group or organisation, mentor - someone who advises and helps a less experienced person, partner - the person that you are married to, or that you live with as if you were married or one of the owners of a business, team-mate - someone who belongs to the same team as you,

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