Cantonese

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  • There are some other groups which also played their air time in Cantonese.
  • Although both of her parents spoke Cantonese, she had limited knowledge of the language.
  • His first Cantonese album, having the same name, was also released in the same year.
  • The building was originally proposed to be a new Cantonese opera training and performance center.
  • Some characters are Cantonese-specific, while some are alternative forms of characters.
  • The farmers there were almost all Cantonese and they used traditional methods with great success.
  • Five year later the church was purchased for the Chinese community with services being held in Cantonese.
  • Overall, it is primarily spoken by those whose first language is Cantonese.
  • Cantonese is widely spoken in center market and English is becoming the second language of the younger generation.
  • Many streets also have Cantonese names that are less well-known and are not documented here.
  • The former contains songs mostly sung in English while the latter is completely in Cantonese.
  • Some sources will use only colloquial Cantonese forms, resulting in text similar to natural speech.
  • The entering tone in Cantonese has retained its short and sharp character.
  • Written Cantonese does not have a standard set of characters but has a de facto standard built though convention.
  • Possibly even more important is the overlap with the Cantonese pop music industry.
  • He spoke English as his first language before learning Cantonese and Mandarin later on.
  • Cantonese features both syllabic m and ng that stand alone as their own words.
  • Other aspects of life changed as traditional Cantonese opera gave way to big screen cinemas.
  • The Chinese language has many different varieties, of which Cantonese is one.
  • Cantonese radio is also available in the country.
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