When did the Chinese language start?
The oldest written examples of the Chinese language date from the thirteenth century B.C. It existed even earlier as a spoken language.
According to the ancient books, the Chinese language was created by Cangjie. It is believed that he helped start the language, however he did not create it all on his own.
The Chinese did not 'start' speaking mandarin. The language evolved among a small population over many centuries, and later spread to a larger population. Its origins are unknown.
To change from a Chinese language back to English word format on your computer, go to Start and choose Control Panel. Select the Clock, Language and Region tab and from there you can change the location and keyboard input language.
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.
The Chinese language unlike the English language has no alphabet. That said, there are no consonants or vowels in the Chinese language.
The Chinese Language is different from English because in Chinese, there is no set alphabet. Also, Chinese is a tonal language, having four tones in the Mandarin Dialect.
There are no letters in the Chinese language. They do not have an alphabet. They have characters. Each character means a word. That is why their is 50,000+ characters in the Chinese language.
Chinese symbols are to the Chinese language what letters of the alphabet are to the English language
Opinions about the Chinese language vary greatly. It depends on who "they" are.
The Chinese Language Institute was created in 2009.
Chinese what? There is not even one Chinese language.
Korea was a country settled and founded by Chinese from start. As a part of China, many Korean culture and language are from mainland China and people are not so different than Chinese genetically.
Korea is a country settled and founded by Chinese from start. As a part of China, many Korean culture and language are from mainland China and people are not so different than Chinese genetically.
Tadachika Takada has written: 'Rikutai Senjimon' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Primers, Primers, Chinese 'Gakko happan' -- subject(s): Chinese Inscriptions, Chinese language, Etymology, Inscriptions, Chinese 'Kanji shokai' -- subject(s): Etymology, Japanese language, Chinese language
As a first language its Mandarin Chinese. As a first & second language its English the answer is Chinese
Iowa Chinese Language School was created in 1999.
Around or over 50,000 characters exist in the Chinese language.
Chinese linguistics or Chinese literature?
Galal Walker has written: 'Beginning Mandarin Chinese Unit 3 Student Manual' 'The pedagogy of performing another culture' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Chinese language, Language and languages, Language and culture 'The pedagogy of performing another culture' -- subject(s): Study and teaching, Chinese language, Language and languages, Language and culture, History 'Chinese: communicating in the culture' -- subject(s): Textbooks for foreign speakers, Chinese language, English
Walter Caine Hillier has written: 'The Chinese language' 'The Chinese language and how to learn it' -- subject(s): Chinese language 'One thousand useful Chinese characters, reprinted from \\' -- subject(s): Accessible book
You can not. English is a entirely different language from Chinese. It either English or Chinese must be translated to be understood by the speaker of another language.
The time it takes to learn a language varies, and it depends on many factors, such as the frequency of participation in Chinese language courses, practice, language environment and so on. But, as long as you want to learn Chinese, study diligently,, attend Chinese language courses frequently and practice more in a Chinese-speaking environment, you will be able to master the language over time, the same as when you learned English.
James Summers has written: 'Learn Chinese' -- subject(s): Textbooks for foreign speakers, Chinese language 'A handbook of the Chinese language' -- subject(s): Grammar, Chinese language, Readers, Chinese literature, Collections 'Basic woodworking' -- subject(s): Woodwork
The word Chinese is the English form, so it just describes the Chinese language. In Chinese, China is zhong(1) guo(2) which means middle country. Chinese is zhong(1) wen(2) which technically means middle language, but can be inferred to be language of the middle country
There are many words for "Chinese" in the Chinese language. If you mean Chinese as in someone from China, that's 中國. If you mean ethnic Chinese, that's 華. If you mean the Chinese language, that can be written several ways. 華語，中文，中國話，國語, and 國文 are all ways of writing the Chinese language in Chinese.
Mandarin, 普通话 is one form of the Chinese language that can be used to indicate Chinese. However, keep in mind that while mandarin is Chinese, not all Chinese languages are mandarin. Chinese language can be Cantonese, Min, Hunanese, Hakka, and more. So, Mandarin is not completely same as Chinese, it is simply the standard and most common dialect of the Chinese language.
modern mongolian in the country of Mongolia is mostly written in the alphabet of the Russians. mongolian and Chinese belong to two different language family Chinese is in sino-tibetan, where mongolian is not a member of this language family... so... yeah, mongols and Chinese speak different language, but most mongolians living in inner Mongolia (within the Chinese border) is pretty fluent in Chinese.
Like with any other language of the world, the Chinese use their language to communicate their feelings, thoughts, ideas, emotions, etc.
Chinese people have lived in Hong Kong for more than 2000 years.
China is a state and Chinese is a language.
Chinese what? If you mean language, which one?
i miss you in chinese language
I think its the English language, it wouldn't be the Chinese language because its not as spread out as the English language is. Though if it was based on how many people speak it, it would be the Chinese language.
You can go to Manitowoc, Wisconsin at Washinton Junior High School and you can start very soon they are looking for you!
There are three words in Mandarin 话 huà - meaning dialect, language, spoken words, word, speech, talk, etc. 文 wén - language, culture, writing yǔ 语 - dialect language speech You can say for example: Zhong Wen - Chinese language Han Yu - Mandarin language (language of the Han people) Pu tong hua - Mandarin Zhong guo hua - Chinese language/Chinese words
If one wants to translate something from the Chinese language, they can go to Google translate
Depends on the location in China, but the most language the Chinese school teach is "Mandarin".
Mandarin Language. The Chinese can speak this language. People in new zealand cant
Big Belly Laughing Buddha in Chinese language....
It is the official language of China.
nǐ hǎo is Mandarin Chinese for "hello". It is spelled 你好.
It means the Mandarin Chinese language.
either chinese or cantonese
So that Chinese can use their own language.
english to chinese
Chinese Yes Chinese is the official language but the dialect is Ya Yan