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四川话 - Sicuanhua [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2009-1-7 14:50:20 |Display all floors

study chinese

My 7 year old boy is quite naughty, and before he started his lesson here, he just couldn't sit down to study Chinese. It felt great that he told me that he really liked his lesson. He thought it was really cool to talk to somebody in China and he is going to tell his friends about it. I am a happy mom! Thanks!
-- Heidi Ford, Indianapolis, IN

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Post time 2009-1-7 14:57:46 |Display all floors

Traditional Chinese

Standard Mandarin is officially known in the People's Republic of China as Pǔtōnghuà (Simplified Chinese: 普通话; Traditional Chinese: 普通話, literally "common speech"), in the Republic of China (Taiwan) as Guóyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 國語; Simplified Chinese: 国语, literally "national language"), and in Malaysia and Singapore as Huáyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 華語; Simplified Chinese: 华语, literally "Chinese (in a cultural sense) language"). All three terms are used interchangeably in Chinese communities around the world.
http://sina.echineselearning.com/english/learn-chinese.html

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Post time 2009-1-7 14:58:48 |Display all floors

putonghua

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Standard Mandarin is officially known in the People's Republic of China as Pǔtōnghuà (Simplified Chinese: 普通话; Traditional Chinese: 普通話, literally "common speech"), in the Republic of China (Taiwan) as Guóyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 國語; Simplified Chinese: 国语, literally "national language"), and in Malaysia and Singapore as Huáyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 華語; Simplified Chinese: 华语, literally "Chinese (in a cultural sense) language"). All three terms are used interchangeably in Chinese communities around the world.

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Standard

Standard Mandarin is officially known in the People's Republic of China as Pǔtōnghuà (Simplified Chinese: 普通话; Traditional Chinese: 普通話, literally "common speech"), in the Republic of China (Taiwan) as Guóyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 國語; Simplified Chinese: 国语, literally "national language"), and in Malaysia and Singapore as Huáyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 華語; Simplified Chinese: 华语, literally "Chinese (in a cultural sense) language"). All three terms are used interchangeably in Chinese communities around the world.

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Post time 2009-1-7 15:00:13 |Display all floors

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Standard Mandarin is officially known in the People's Republic of China as Pǔtōnghuà (Simplified Chinese: 普通话; Traditional Chinese: 普通話, literally "common speech"), in the Republic of China (Taiwan) as Guóyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 國語; Simplified Chinese: 国语, literally "national language"), and in Malaysia and Singapore as Huáyǔ (Traditional Chinese: 華語; Simplified Chinese: 华语, literally "Chinese (in a cultural sense) language"). All three terms are used interchangeably in Chinese communities around the world.

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Post time 2009-1-7 15:01:06 |Display all floors

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my own swordsman 武林外传 (wu3 lin2 wai4 zhuan4) is a classic and famouse TV play in China! We like the characters , like the dialougue they say , it is really funny ! And more , it is a very interesting material for learning Chinese! So i put one here , to let you know how the show likes!

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Post time 2009-1-7 15:36:52 |Display all floors
..i love Sichuang  dialect as well..
since  i worked in guangdong.. i found most of  female employee are from Sichuang or Chongqing ..
and their voice was very sexy. and their personality was very direct and cool..
in addition..Sichuang has been hit by a magnitude earthquake on may12 ,but their strong ,pessimistic spirit inspired any one of chinese .i was always support sichang..

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