When did Chinese first begin using written language?
No, the first written expression or language is considered Cuneiform. However, the first written language still used today is considered Hwbrew, Greek or Chinese.
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The japanese first borrowed from the Chinese. Then they simplified the chinese characters into the 50 'kanas'
To start learning the Chinese language, there are numerous ways you can do this. Begin by learning the many different pronunciations of a variety of words. Once you do this, the words you learn will better cement in your memory.
As a first language its Mandarin Chinese. As a first & second language its English the answer is Chinese
What was the first language spoken and written used by mankind and where and when did it originate or evolve?
Contenders for the first written language would be Egyptian, Sumerian, and Chinese. The writing systems for these languages originated at about 5000 BC. Their places of origin are respectively The lower Nile, Mesopotamia, and the Yangs River.
Mandarin is not a language. It is a dialect of the Chinese language.
The language it was first written in.
it is not Mandarin Chinese language which has spoken first Tamil is the first spoken language in the world thank you
At first blush one might think Chinese, because of their population. But for a written language to be understood, the peoples must first be literate - ie they can read and write. So perhaps written English would claim that palm, though Spanish and Portuguese would not be far behind.
Yes, you can definitely take the Chinese SAT Subject Test if Chinese is your first language. Just be warned that the learning curve for that exam is extremely high, so you must be confident in your Chinese skills in order to take this Chinese SAT.
Various dialects of Chinese are spoken as the first language for most of the world.
The first written language of the Sumerians was called cuneiform. and the Sumerians were one of the first civilizations to have a written language.
As far as we know, Sumerian was the first language to be written.
Japanese poets first encountered Chinese poetry during the Tang Dynasty. It took them several hundred years to digest the foreign impact, make it a part of their culture and merge it with their literary tradition in their mother tongue, and begin to develop the diversity of their native poetry. For example, in the Tale of Genji both kinds of poetry are frequently mentioned. (Since much poetry in Japan was written in the Chinese language, it… Read More
It was the first written form of the French language.
Quran pak is originaly and first written in Arabic language.
Chinese does not use an alphabet to record its words. Or, the Chinese language does not have letters. It is written in characters. Your name Irma comes from German. The German language has nothing to do with Chinese in its origin. Thus, the word Irman does not have a form of spelling in Chinese. But it can be and is always be translated into Chinese as " 厄 玛 " according to its sound in… Read More
Chinese isn't the name of a language - Mandarin is the most widely common language in the Sino-Tibetan group. There are approximately 885 million first language speakers of Mandarin, but even Mandarin has dialects, so there exists a Standard Mandarin. The rest of China, and even some Mandarin natives, speaks different Chinese languages.
When you pronounce a word in chinese reverse the first two sylables while holding your tounge, then add aQ to the end.
Depends on if you mean written or spoken language, I believe the first written language is Sanskrit, but as to the first spoken language I don not know the answer.
I think they begin to use language from their first cries. If you do not respond, they escalate to a higher pitch and vary the volume.
What is the language that most people state is their first language than any other language in the world?
Mandarin Chinese is the language with the most native speakers.
The first language to be written down in Europe was old Mycenaean. It was a Semite Language. Albright figured it out.
Chinese, because China had the earliest government.
There's no real agreement on this as many languages claim to be the oldest. Greek and Chinese were first written around 1500BC and are among the claimants but modern Chinese and Greeks would hardly understand a word of the original languages.
No civilization can exist without some form of measurement nor record keeping. It therefore follows that the first to have a written language would be the first to record measurement. The contenders for this are : -- The Chinese (records begin around 1600 BC, but culture much older) -- The Sumerians or Akkadians (Uruk records dated to before 2900 BC) -- The Egyptians (records exist from 3200 BC)
Some Chinese Americans speak and learn a little of the Chinese language, but others just speak English as their first language. As being Chinese American myself, I say that I had to learn Chinese from my parents and Chinese school, while balancing those skills learning at normal schools (like talking English, instead of Chinese).
The Sumers invented the first ever written language.
Chinese (2.6% of the Population)
sure unless you want to learn an easier language like dutch first
It was first written in Germany
well learning how to spell beautiful correctly would help to begin with... 美丽 means beautiful in simplified Chinese in traditional Chinese it's 美麗 but remember the Chinese traditionally is written in vertical columns from top to bottom; the first column is on the right side of the page, and the text runs toward the left. So written like I have is wrong. It's meant to run vertically from top to bottom.
Chinese writing is different from you writing because we invented it like this and we were the ones who made our language first.
They don't, they pronounce it like an "r." Mainly because the "l" sound is not present in the Chinese language, therefore people who learn Chinese as their first language have difficulty learning how to pronounce the "l" sound.
some people back to Ismael the son to Ibrahim the first who speak this language... Its Abraham
Yes, it is. You can learn another language to communicate with others who do no know your main language. If your first language is English, but this person you are talking to does not know English you can speak to him in a language that person knows like maybe he knows Chinese and your second just happens to be Chinese.
Sri Ramayana was written in 'Sanskrit' language. This language is also called as 'Deva Naagari'.
Chinese and some other Asian languages have traditionally been written in colums but in modern use it is usually left to right the same way as English. When Chinese is in columns, the first column on the page starts in the upper RIGHT corner and goes down, and successive columns go from right to left.
Mandarin Mandarin, a Chinese language, is a first language spoken by 935 million people. BASICALLY if this is a homework question them its Mandarin
Two independent countries have Chinese as the predominant mother tongue and official language: the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China (also known as Taiwan).
The name Megan is said in Chinese as Mei gen. In the Japanese language this first name is said as Migan.
Chinese New Year celebrations begin on the start of the first day of the first lunar month of the year and ends on the fifteenth day of the same month.
it was first written in ancient Hebrew an it is now written in almost every language in the world including most dead languages such as Latin.
Greek was the first language into which the Bible, as a whole, was written or translated.
the first language is hebrew coz' the bible was first written on hebrew and the first letters of the bible was way before the language differentation at babel.
a written communication in a second language having the same meaning as the written communication in a first language