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  • Karen Leanne Sandberg

    Chinese languages is based on the official dialect of China is Mandarin, also call "Putonghua". More than 70% of the Chinese population speaks Mandarin,but there are also several other major dialects in use in China: Yue (Cantonese),Xiang (Hunanese), Min dialect, Gan dialect, Wu dialect, and Kejia or Hakka dialect. Linguists believe that there are 297 living languages in China today.

    These languages are geographically defined, and are found in mainland China,Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Tibet. Mandarin Chinese is the most popular language in China, with over 955 million speakers out of China's total population of 1.21 billion people.For an official language of China and Singapore, also known as Mandarin, see Standard Chinese Version. Mandarin, which is probably the most recognized form of Chinese language, is just a dialect.Many differences distinguish the Chinese dialects from one another.Despite the number of dialect, Pǔtōnghuà or Mandarin Chinese is the country's official language since the 1930's.Mandarin is the top language among the groups. It's also known as Northern Chinese, which is spoken by about two-thirds of the Chinese population.Other names for Mandarin include Standard Chinese, Beijinghua, Zhongguohua and Beifang Fangyan.

    In China alone, Mandarin is spoken as a first and second language by 1.082 billion people.Chinese is spoken by 1.3 billion people around the world was made in China.

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  • Finn

    This is great for beginners

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    • Max Hobbs

      Delighted to hear it Finn

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