Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese
Cantonese and Mandarin.
Mandarin (the language) is one of the main languages spoken in China.
The standard language in China is Mandarin, though other regional languages such as Cantonese, Wu, Hakka, Xiang and Gan are also spoken by millions of Chinese people around the world.
cantonese and mandarin
The main languages of China are Mandarin Chinese (by far the most common, the one normally taught in foreign countries), Wu (Shanghainese), Cantonese (Hong Kong) and Min (Southeast China).
Mandarin Chinese is the main language of China.
The official language of China is Mandarin.
The common language of Shanghai is Shanghainese, which is a dialect of Wu. Mandarin is also widely spoken.Mandarin and Shanghainese are not mutually intelligible.
Asia is a continent with many different cultures and languages. Some of the languages spoken in Asia include Russian, Arabic, Mandarin and Cantonese (Cantonese is a dialect used mainly in Hong Kong and Guangdong. It is not an official Chinese language), Hindi, Turkish, Korean, and Thai to name just a few. There are hundreds of regional dialects spoken throughout Asia. There is no one language to be the main language but there are several major (main) languages in asia. However if you have a plan to travel through all part of asia, these languages are important to master (because of its majority): <not sorted by its importance> - Chinese Mandarin - Japanese - Korean - Indonesian and/or Malay - Thai - Hindi - Arabic - Hebrew - Turkish While if sorted by Regions in Asia, the major (main) languages in each regions are: - East Asia: Chinese Mandarin - South Asia: Hindi - West Asia: Arabic - Southeast Asia: Indonesian (and Malay) Nevertheless, languages that are considered to be the "main" across Asia are: -Chinese Mandarin -Japanese -Arabic -Malay & Indonesian (since they are mutually intelligible) -Hindi