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Staundart Cheenese

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Staundart Cheenese
普通話 / 普通话 Pǔtōnghuà
國語 / 国语 Guóyǔ
華語 / 华语 Huáyǔ
Native taeCheenae, Taiwan, Singapore
Native speakers
(heas begun acquirin native speakers, citit 1988)[1]
L2 speakers: c. 10% o Cheenae (2014)[2][3]
Early form
Tradeetional Cheenese
Simplified Cheenese
Mainland Cheenese Braille
Taiwanese Braille
Twa-Cell Cheenese Braille
Wenfa Shouyu[4]
Offeecial status
Offeecial leid in
 China (as Putonghua)

 Taiwan (as Guoyu)
 Singapore (as Huayu)
 United Nations
Shanghai Cooperation Organisation

File:Flag of Wa.svg Wa State, Myanmar
Regulatit biFowkrepublic o Cheenae Naitional Leid Regulatin Committee[5]
 Taiwan Naitional Leids Committee
Singapore Promote Mandarin Council
Malaysie Cheenese Leid Standardisation Cooncil
Leid codes
ISO 639-3
ISO 639-6goyu (Guoyu)
huyu (Huayu)
cosc (Putonghua)
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Staundart Cheenese, kent forby as Mandarin, Putonghua an Guoyu, is a staundart leid that is the ae offeecial leid o baith Cheenae an Taiwan, an ane o the fower offeecial leids o Singapore forby.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Norman (1988), pp. 251.
  2. Luo, Chris (22 September 2014). "One-third of Chinese do not speak Putonghua, says Education Ministry". South China Morning Post.
  3. Only 7% of people in China speak proper Putonghua: PRC MOE, Language Log, 2014 Sept. 24
  4. 台灣手語簡介 (Taiwan) Archived 2014-01-10 at the Wayback Machine (2009)
  5. http://www.china-language.gov.cn/ Archived 2015-12-18 at the Wayback Machine (Chinese)

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