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  • someone who has spoken a particular language since they were a baby, rather than having learned it as a child or adult:...

-All our teachers are native speakers of English.

Cambridge Dictionary

It sounds to me like you fit the definition of native speaker, but I think I'd use, fully fluent, or fluent.

If you are teaching conversational English since early childhood, you are fluent, but, if you are teaching grammar, I'd suggest you join us here for some practice.

  • someone who has spoken a particular language since they were a baby, rather than having learned it as a child or adult:

-All our teachers are native speakers of English.

Cambridge Dictionary

It sounds to me like you fit the definition of native speaker, but I think I'd use, fully fluent, or fluent.

If you are teaching conversational English since early childhood you are fluent, but if you are teaching grammar, I'd suggest you join us here for some practice.

  • someone who has spoken a particular language since they were a baby, rather than having learned it as a child or adult...

Cambridge Dictionary

It sounds to me like you fit the definition of native speaker, but I think I'd use fully fluent or fluent.

If you are teaching conversational English, you are fluent but, if you are teaching grammar, I'd suggest you join us here for some practice.

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  • someone who has spoken a particular language since they were a baby, rather than having learned it as a child or adult:

-All our teachers are native speakers of English.

Cambridge Dictionary

It sounds to me like you fit the definition of native speaker, but I think I'd use, fully fluent, or fluent.

If you are teaching conversational English since early childhood you are fluent, but if you are teaching grammar, I'd suggest you join us here for some practice.