CHINESE LANGUAGE STATISTICS

Chinese language Statistics If you want to learn more about Chinese language, you should know some important facts. For example, many researchers believe that Chinese is the oldest language of the world, and is part of the Sino Tibetan language family. However it is not related to Japanese, Vietnamese, Korean and Thai. It is quite tricky but Chinese is a single language with a wide range of dialects, Mandarin is the more common one and the official language too.

Chinese is a worldwide spoken language, because over 1.2 billion of people speak Chinese. This language has several internal diversities, and these varieties of languages are also known as dialects. Most important Chinese languages are Mandarin, Macau, Cantonese, Min, Gan, Wu Xiang and Hakka. All varieties of Chinese are analytic and tonal, for example, Mandarin has four tones such as rising/falling, rising, falling and flat; however, other dialects have around 9 tonal variations. A Chinese word in Chinese can have different meanings depending on the tone.

The most spoken variety of language is Guoyu/Putonghua or Mandarin, this variety is considered as the official spoken language in the Republic of China (ROC), and the People’s Republic of China (PRC); it is also one of the four important languages in Singapore, and one of the most important languages in the United Nations.

Some interesting facts about China are: it is located in Eastern Asia bordering Burma, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan, India, Bhutan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, North Korea, Pakistan, Laos, Russia, Nepal, Vietnam and Tajikistan, and its capital is Beijing. On the other hand, old Chinese known as Archaic Chinese was used during Zhou Dynasty, while middle Chinese was used during Northern and Southern Dynasties, and the Tang, Sui and Song dynasties.

All varieties of Chinese are phonetically different, but all of them has the same writing. This writing system has about 40,000 characters, so if you want to read a magazine or another document, you must know around 3,000 characters.

From a grammar point of view, Chinese is very easy because it does not have grammatical distinction. For instance, it doesn’t have plural, singular, and verbs to indicate tense, so tenses are just indicated by syntax and the use of adverbs of time. Moreover the question mark “?” is replaced by the “ma” particle which is place at the end of the sentence.

Chinese Employment Statistics: demand for executive positions by American and multinational companies in China has risen 35 percent from the previous year, echoing similar figures from other recruiting firms. In this fact to have an skilled and well-written sales executive resume is a plus for attaining a good job in China. By increasing the executive employment, it's normal that also increase rapidly the executive assistant positions, which it represents an opportunity by jobseekers who have a great executive assistant resume.




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