How to differentiate Asian Languages

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How to differentiate Asian Languages. By Amy Dinh. Introduction. What Inspired Me to Talk About Asian Languages. A Couple of Reasons Other East Asians being mistaken as Chinese Ching Chong or Ching Chang Chong language. Comparing Sounds Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<p>PowerPoint Presentation</p> <p>By Amy DinhHow to differentiate Asian Languages Introduction</p> <p>A Couple of ReasonsOther East Asians being mistaken as ChineseChing Chong or Ching Chang Chong language</p> <p>What Inspired Me to Talk About Asian LanguagesMandarin ChineseShrillExample: (N ho) (Zijin)</p> <p>KoreanPoetic Example: (annyeonghaseyo)(annyeong)Comparing Sounds Chinese, Korean, Japanese and VietnameseJapaneseElegantPolysyllabicExample: (Ky wa) (Saynara)</p> <p>VietnameseNasallyChoppyExample:Cho</p> <p>Comparing Sounds Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese ContdThere are 11 dialects in South Korea alone2 main regions that the dialects are in:NorthwesternCentralThere are roughly 7 dialects in ChinaThe 2 that are most used is:Putonghua (Mandarin)Yue (Cantonese)</p> <p>Why is so Difficult to differentiateChineseKoreanSplit into northern, central, and southern regionsDifferent enunciation Relatively difficult to understand Central VietnamSplit into eastern and western regionsThere are over 100 dialects Pitch</p> <p>Why is so Difficult to differentiate contdJapaneseVietnamesehttp://thinkzone.wlonk.com/Language/Korean-big.gifhttp://lechinois.com/character/speechsounds.htmlAlphabet Chart Mandarin ChineseKoreanhttp://files.myopera.com/vietnamese-tutor/blog/Picture1.jpghttp://images6.fanpop.com/image/photos/33700000/HIRAGANA-KATAKANA-learning-japanese-33795018-523-593.gifAlphabet chart contdJapaneseVietnameseCitationsShan, Jun. "Chinese Dialects."About.com Chinese Culture. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Nov. 2013.Yuhee, Ananda. "Dublekick's Side." Dublekicks Side. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Nov. 2013.Chung, L.A. "`Ching-chong'joke Spreadsignorance. MercuryNews.com. San Jose Mercury News, 16 Dec. 2006. Web. 05 Nov. 2013.</p> <p>Conclusion Questions?</p>

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