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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Many characters have multiple readings, chinesees instances denoting different morphemes, sometimes with different pronunciations. Jurchen Khitan large script Sui Tangut. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Chinese Characters. The Languages of China. Rebus was pivotal in the history of writing in China insofar as it represented the stage at which logographic writing could become purely phonetic phonographic.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of varieties of Chinese.

Huizhou Jin Hohhot Pinghua. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. There are about radicals and are in common use.

Overfragments have been found. The term does not appear in the body of the dictionary, ideogarmas is often omitted from modern systems. Few people are still able to read it effortlessly today, although the art of carving a traditional seal in the script remains alive; some calligraphers also work in this style.


Currently, the only non-Chinese language outside of China that regularly uses Chinese characters is Japanese. Language Diversity in the USA.

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Official Classical Adoption in Vietnam Vernacular. In most other languages that use the Chinese family of scriptsnotably Korean, Vietnamese, and Zhuang, Chinese characters are typically monosyllabic, but in Japanese a single character is generally used to represent a borrowed monosyllabic Chinese morpheme the on’yomian polysyllabic native Japanese morpheme the kun’yomior even in rare cases a foreign loanword. Another common alternation is between voiced and voiceless initials though the voicing distinction has disappeared on most modern varieties.

Modern Chinese has many homophones ; thus the same spoken syllable may be represented by many characters, depending on meaning.

Apart from Chinese ones, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese normative medium of record-keeping, written historical narratives and official communication are in adaptations and variations of Chinese script. For example, in chinesds preface to the Imperial Dictionaryideogarmas are 30 variant characters which are not found in the dictionary itself.

The Cambridge History of Chinese Literature, vol. Ideogramas chineses on studies of these bronze inscriptions, it is clear that, from the Shang dynasty writing to that of the Western Zhou and early Ideogramas chineses Zhouthe mainstream script evolved in a slow, unbroken fashion, until assuming the form that is now known as seal script in the late Eastern Zhou in the state of Qinwithout any clear line of division.


These uses are completely standard chinees unexceptional.

Archived from the original on These have now fallen out of general use, but are occasionally seen. Although in both countries the use of simplified characters is universal among the younger Chinese ideogdamas, a large majority of the older Chinese literate generation still use the chinesea characters.

In Taiwan, there is also a body of characters used to represent Taiwanese Hokkien. Literary and colloquial readings. Also translated as logical aggregates or associative compounds, these characters have been interpreted as combining two or more pictographic or ideographic characters to suggest a third meaning. When learning how to write hanja, students are taught to memorize the native Korean pronunciation ideogramae the hanja’s meaning and the Sino-Korean pronunciations the pronunciation based on the Chinese pronunciation of the characters for each hanja respectively so that students know what the syllable and meaning is for a particular hanja.


Chinese character dictionaries often allow users to locate entries in several ways. University of California Press. Yong, Heming; Peng, Jing