December 6, 2021
Chinese (Simplified Chinese: 汉语, Traditional Chinese: 漢語, Pinyin: Hànyǔ, meaning Han languages) is a family of East Asian written and analytical languages that forms the Chinese-Tibetan branch of the Chinese-Tibetan language family. Chinese is spoken by most Han people and other ethnic minorities in China. 1.2 billion people (about 16% of the world's population) are fluent in Chinese as a first language. Chinese dialects are considered to be the local dialect of Chinese among their native speakers, regardless of their level of mutual understanding. However, due to their lack of mutual understanding, these species are classified among linguists as independent languages (perhaps hundreds of languages) and it is sometimes said that Chinese languages are more diverse than Romance languages. Research into the historical relationship between Chinese languages is under way. Most classifications for these languages now include 7 to 13 major regional groups based on phonological transformations, often superficial, the largest of which are Mandarin with about 800 million speakers (like Sichuan), Maine with about 75 million speakers (like Hawkin), Wu mentioned about 74 million speakers (like Shanghai) and Yue with about 68 million speakers (like Cantonese). The speakers of each of these groups do not have mutual understanding not only towards the other groups, but also towards all their groups. For example, Chinese Mine itself contains many languages without mutual understanding, and the Southern Mine branch itself contains several languages. However, there are several transition regions, where languages and dialects from different disciplines share the characteristics needed for limited understanding between neighboring regions. All Chinese varieties are highly melodic and highly analytical, at least at a low level. Chinese is the standard for a standardized form of spoken Chinese based on the Beijing Mandarin dialect. It is the official language of China and very similar to Taiwanese Mandarin, the official language of Taiwan, and Singapore Mandarin, the official language of Singapore. Chinese is also one of the six official languages of the United Nations. The Chinese writing style (中文, Zhōngwén), known as Chinese characters (à / 漢字, Hànzì), is based on lexicography and is common among speakers of different Chinese characters. These characters are based entirely on symbols and symbols.