Chinese writing and language. By Sofia Handelman and Erik Huovilainen. introduction.
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Chinese writing is very different from our writing. We think Chinese writing is strange and Chinese people think our writing is strange. We use letters that have one sound and Chinese people use symbols that have more than one sound. You will learn about Chinese writing. Cantonese and Mandarin are similar because they have similar characters when writing so they can understand each other, and that both languages Cantonese and mandarin both use characters. Mandarin and Cantonese languages are very different. They are written differently and they are pronounced very different. You will learn about Mandarin and Cantonese language.
Cantonese and Mandarin are similar because they have similar characters when writing so they can understand each other, and that both languages Cantonese and mandarin both use characters. Mandarin and Cantonese languages are very different. They are written differently and they are pronounced very different. You will learn about Mandarin and Cantonese language.
In China, kids from grades 2-4 must practice writing Chinese characters for 2 hours every day to help them remember the many characters. It must be hard to remember all that and start a new language that’s very different if they must learn a second language.
Learning Mandarin Chinese is a very tricky thing to do these days. It is also one of the hottest topics on the Internet. Thousands of people from around the world ask the same questions over and over again about Mandarin such as …
How many people speak Mandarin Chinese in the world?
Around one billion people speak Mandarin Chinese around the world. The Mandarin language has more native speakers than any other language spoken.
Mandarin Chinese is mostly spoken in China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia. It is also widely used in many Chinese communities (Chinatowns) around the globe. Mandarin Chinese is also one of the six official languages used by the United States.
It may be hard and different, but it also can be fun to learn and useful if you’re moving to China. But there’s over 50,000 characters, that’s a lot of characters, I do say so myself. So, if want to learn Chinese writing, start learning! Chinese writing can be so amazing if you give it a chance. Kids learn Chinese language at grades two to twelve, because there are five billion characters and sounds to learn. I think that it is too much characters and sounds to learn. If you want learn more about Chinese language go to http://10 facts about Chinese language/.com. Chinese language is very interesting.