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A is for Love __ "This is a set of Flash Cards for learning Chinese. The face card shows a Chinese word. Click on the word will flip the card over, where the pronunciation and meaning are given. - From -

BBC Languages - Real Chinese __ "A lively introduction to Mandarin Chinese in 10 short parts. Click on the topics in order to see the slideshow and hear the language. You'll also find useful phrases with tips on pronunciation and grammar, cultural notes and a short challenge to check what you've learnt." - illustrated - From BBC - 

Chinese Character Dictionary __ You will find several methods for searching for Chinese characters which include English, pinyin, Cantonese; or you can simply paste the character to look it up. Find links to major web English-Chinese web dictionaries. - From - 

Chinese Characters __ Chinese characters while seeming complex, are derived from only 200 pictographs. Here, they are all clickable. - From - 



Chinese Dialects __ "Reference material on the Chinese dialects of 12 Chinese languages: Mandarin, Jin, Huainan (Hui), Wu, Xiang, Gan, Hakka, Minbei, Minnan, Tuhua, Yue, and Pinghua." - From - 

Chinese Language __ "In general, all varieties of Chinese are tonal and analytic. However, Chinese is also distinguished for a high level of internal diversity. Regional variation between different variants/dialects is comparable to the Romance language family; many variants of spoken Chinese are different enough to be mutually incomprehensible." You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - from wikipedia -


The Chinese Language __ "Chinese language is the language spoken by most people of the world, at least theoretically."  An overview of language and speakers. - From -  


Chinese languages dialects Cantonese Hakka Taiwanese __ You will find many click-to-read articles and resources. - From - 


Chinese script and language __ "Information about written and spoken Chinese, including details of the Chinese script and pronunciation" - From - 

Chinese Tongue Twisters __ This page offers Chinese tongue twisters. You will also find a section of Rough Translations. - 

Conversational Mandarin Chinese __ Online lessons to teach basic conversational skills, greetings, asking common questions, the words for family, etc. - From California State University, Long Beach - 

Dungan language, alphabet and pronunciation __ "Dungan is a variety of Chinese spoken in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. There are approximately 50,000 speakers." - From -


Chinese Language Resources - Studying Chinese - Learning Chinese ... __ "A directory of Internet resources on studying Chinese." - From -  

Hakka Dialect (Language) __ You will find several click-to-read articles and other resources. - From - 

Languages of China __ is dedicated to Chinese languages/dialects, dialect research, and provides forums and Chinese dictionaries. - From - 


Learning Chinese Language __ There are several resources where you can learn to study, read, listen, and write Chinese. - From - 


Pinyin Practice at U of Iowa __ Several topics dealing with Pinyin and Chinese sounds can be found. Choose exercises in tones and initials, take a quiz, and also find links to other sites. - illustrated - From -


Shanghainese language and pronunciation __ "Shanghainese is a dialect of Wu spoken by about 15 million people in Shanghai. There are also many Shanghainese speakers in Hong Kong. There is no standard written form of Shanghainese and it rarely appears in writing." - From - 

Teochew __ "Teochew originated in the Chaoshan region of Guangdong province, China. Teochew is also spoken in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand." You will find a brief overview and links to other resources. - From -

UACALI Chinese Lessons __ You will find find a beginning Chinese lesson. You will also find sections with audio as well as sections with exercises. - From The University of Arizona - 


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