Cantonese

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Cantonese (Also called Hongkongese in Hong Kong) is an language dialect that is only spoken by so-called cavemen nowadays, according to the Chinese government.

History[edit]

Cantonese was once an commonly used language in the southern parts of China and southeast Asia. As the Qin Empire occupied the area, the speakers were forced to speak in Mandarin. And the language is now only spoken by those who are living in Hong Kong where is far away from the capital of China.

Features[edit]

  • "La"s in the end of a sentence
  • Even more tones than Mandarin

See also[edit]

Chinese