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Hanyu Pinyin is the official system to transcribe Mandarin Chinese sounds into the Roman alphabet. It was invented in 1950s, and adopted as a standard in mainland China in 1958. Pinyin is used for several purposes, such as teaching Chinese, transcribing names and places into the roman alphabet, and used as an input method for typing Chinese characters.
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Make offer - Ai qing yu xiao jiao zhi (Pu yu zuo jia cong shu) (Mandarin Chinese edt VF/NM. From a tempting deal, to a prize possession.
Profanity in Mandarin Chinese most commonly involves sexual references and scorn of the object's ancestors, especially their mother. Other Mandarin insults accuse people of not being human. Compared to English, scatological and blasphemous references are less often used. In this article, unless otherwise noted, the Traditional character will follow its Simplified form if it is different.
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不从心 (Lì bù cóng xīn): the qualities aren’t at the level of the aspirations. 12. 亦步亦趋 (yì bù yì qū): to blindly imitate someone. 13. 滔滔不绝 (tāo tāo bù jué): without interruption. 14. 桃李满天下 (táolǐ mǎn tiān xià): to have pupils everywhere. 15. 省吃俭用 (shěng chī jiǎn yòng): to live frugally. 16. 婀娜多姿 (ē nuó duō zī): to be graceful. Currently he's Professor of Chinese Mandarin in Caltanissetta, while he also keeps studying Japanese and Classic Chinese at University of Torino.
The group includes the Beijing dialect, the basis of Standard Chinese or Standard Mandarin
The group includes the Beijing dialect, the basis of Standard Chinese or Standard Mandarin. Because Mandarin originated in North China and most Mandarin dialects are found in the north, the group is sometimes referred to as the Northern dialects (北方话; běifānghuà). Many local Mandarin varieties are not mutually intelligible.