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 Learn Cantonese
Area for learners of Cantonese
2 How to Count in Cantonese
1 Which romanization method should we use for Cantonese pronunciation?
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2 Video Mandarin Lesson 2

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Published by Kaibo on 2007/8/21 (3309 reads)
Now this is lesson 2.
Kelly is teaching you four tones in Mandarin.
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Published by Kaibo on 2007/8/21 (2727 reads)
Kelly is a sweet girl who teaches you some basic Mandarin

How to say how are you?

ni3 hao3 ( all 3rd tones).

Let see
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Published by Kaibo on 2006/5/26 (44710 reads)
I want to say that there are too many methods around and it's hard to get people focus on one. But Jyutping is the only one I endorse because it is easy to learn and type on computers.

Jyutping (Traditional Chinese: 粵拼; Simplified Chinese: 粤拼; Mandarin Chinese in Hanyu Pinyin: yuèpīn; Cantonese Chinese in Yale: yuhtpīng; Cantonese Chinese in Jyutping: jyut6ping3; sometimes spelled Jyutpin) is a romanization system for Standard Cantonese developed by the Linguistic Society of Hong Kong (LSHK) in 1993. Its formal name is The Linguistic Society of Hong Kong Cantonese Romanization Scheme. The LSHK promotes the use of this romanization system.

The name Jyutping is a shorthand consisting of the first characters of the terms yuèyǔ (粵語; Cantonese) and pīnyīn (拼音; romanization).
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Published by Kaibo on 2006/5/26 (36891 reads)
If you have visited Chinesebay.com, you can skip this article.
If not, please go to
http://chinesebay.com/cantonese/basic.asp
and come back here to have a discussion.
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