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  1. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. The specific problem is: This article contains some Chinese non-profanity terms, including slang, colloquial and literary terms, etc. Please help improve this article if you can. (July 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)

  2. A mandarin (Chinese: 官; pinyin: guān) was a bureaucrat scholar in the history of China, Korea and Vietnam.. The term is generally applied to the officials appointed through the imperial examination system; it sometimes includes the eunuchs also involved in the governance of the above realms.

  3. El idioma chino (en chino tradicional, 漢語; en chino simplificado, 汉语; pinyin, Hànyǔ) (AFI por mandarín: [xânɥỳ]) es el término utilizado para referirse a la lengua sinotibetana que representa bajo un concepto aglutinador a lo que en realidad es una rama de lenguas emparentadas entre sí pero mutuamente ininteligibles, las lenguas siníticas, siendo el idioma mandarín en su ...

  4. Le mandarin (/ m ɑ̃. d a. ʁ ɛ̃ / ; chinois simplifié : 官 话 ; chinois traditionnel : 官話 ; pinyin : guān huà, « langue des officiels », chinois simplifié : 北 方 话 ; chinois traditionnel : 北方話 ; pinyin : běifāng huà, « parlers du Nord »), parfois abusivement désigné sous les termes chinois voire pékinois, est une catégorie des langues chinoises parlée dans ...

  5. Chinese people needed to write down pronunciations in dictionaries. Chinese does not have an alphabet, so how to write down sounds was a big problem in the beginning. Nowadays the Mandarin language uses Hanyu Pinyin to represent the sounds in Roman letters. All the Chinese languages (or dialects) use tones.