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Although I have a few texts here on Pinyin Info written in Pinyin, most of them aren’t long and are usually conversions from texts written in Chinese characters. So it is with very great pleasure that I announce the Internet release of an extensive and important essay by Zhang Liqing (???,???) that was written in Pinyin originally: .
Nothing would make me happier than for Mandarin teachers the world over to distribute this work to their students, for it’s much more than an exercise in Pinyin; it’s an essay with important points to make about the nature of Chinese characters. (And, yes, O teachers of the world, the do allow you to reprint this.)
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teach Chinese Pinyin News The Importance of Languages
In this essay, a discussion of major components in the language reform, specifically the Mandarin language, in China will be explored with the social, culture, and political issues that have influence the changes.
Chinese Language Framework in New Zealand Schools Primary Years
Scholars generally refer to this standard as Modern Standard Chinese, or (which means "common speech"). There is another standard of theofficial language that is based in Taiwan, Republic of China. While completelyintelligible with the official speech of the mainland, this variant introducescertain changes in phonology and word choice. The Taiwan standard is called (meaning "national language). The term "Mandarin", whiletechnically referring to a group of dialects, is commonly used to refer toeither of these standards.
Chinese Language Faculty of Arts
Because the people of Canton have more contact with the southern standarddominated by Taiwan's pronunciation, they typically learn the Taiwanesepronunciations. For this reason, the standard for Mandarin used in this reportwill follow the Taiwanese standard as well, except where explicitly statedotherwise. The terms Mandarin, guoyu, and Common Standard Chinese will be usedsynonymously to refer to Taiwanese pronunciation and grammar.