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24-7 Language Services offer professional Mandarin translation services to public sector law firms, doctor’s surgeries, businesses and Government bodies both in London and throughout the UK
Our experienced and qualified translators offer a variety of translation services in Mandarin , including translations of documents from Mandarin to English and English to Mandarin . Our translators are able to offer translations of legal, medical, business documents, websites from Mandarin to English and into Mandarin . We offer a certified Mandarin translation service.
Professional Mandarin translation services are provided by Mandarin translators who have a wide breath of experience and specialism and only translate into their mother tongue. Our Mandarin linguists are carefully vetted and adhere to our quality standards.
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Mandarin is the most popular form of Chinese and it is native to two-thirds of the Chinese population. It is sometimes referred to as Northern Chinese, Chinese, Guanha and Kuan-hua. There are nearly a billion native speakers of Mandarin.
The majority of Han Chinese who reside in northern and southwestern China speak Mandarin, which falls under the Sino-Tibetan language family.
As Mandarin is so widespread throughout China, there are a range of different dialects. These are; Northeastern, Beijing, Ji-Lu, Jiao-Liao, Lower Yangtze, Central Plains, Lan-Yin, Southwestern, Jin (which sometimes falls under a separate group) and Huizhou (this could be disputed.)
The system used for teaching Standard Mandaring Chinese is known as Hanyu Pinyin (or just pinyin) and this uses Chinese characters. There are four diacritics which denote the tones. Chinese names are written without tone marks and words which are written with the Latin alphabet.
Mandarin, like all varieties of Chinese, sits under the Sino-Tibetan language family. This is in addition to Burnese, Tibetan and other languages which are spoken in the Southeast Asian Massif, as well as the Himalayas.
Mandarin is the official Modern Standard Chinese and it is used by the Republic of China (or Taiwan), Singapore and People’s Republic of China. Historically, it was the language which was spoken by the Beijing upper class in the 19th century. It was also spoken by higher civil servants, as well as military officers. There are some differences which exist between the modern day Standard Mandarin and the historical Mandarin language. These include the use of honorifics and slight grammatical differences. The vocabulary of the two are almost the same.
The use of Mandarin has grown, due to it becoming the language used in education and the use of it throughout the media. Most people in mainland and Taiwan speak Mandarin, whereas, in Hong Kong and Macau it is Cantonese.
Standard Chinese is Mandarin and the pronunciation is based on the Bejing dialect. It uses tonal language, with the word order of subject, verb, object. It is an analytical language with more initial consonants and fewer vowels.
The syllables of Mandarin contain an initial consonant, vowel, final, glide and tone. In some cases, phonemes must not be with others. Only a few hundred distinct syllables exist in the language.
Chinese literature dates back to the 14th century and over this time period, the identity of the language has been maintained. It is also known for the literary traditions it has influenced, including those of Vietnam, Korea and Japan. Chinese was adopted in these countries as the written language, and in some instances, it became the main literary medium.
Mandarin contains more polysyllabic words than the other varieties of Chinese which exist, with the exclusion of Shanghainese. The sounds of Mandarin have changed, with more homophones being added. Mandarin makes use of frequent noun reduplication.
It has also taken loanwords from other languages including Mongolian and Manchurian people, due to contact with speakers of these languages. Some Mandarin words have also been taken from other foreign languages