What is the difference between using "中文" and "中國語"
Jan 28, 2011 8:43 PM
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I think 中文 is written as 中国语 in Japanese. Actually, Chinese say 中文 or 汉语，we never say 中国语。
January 29, 2011
I never use "中国语", I usually say "中文" or "汉语".
January 28, 2011
中国语 chūgoku-go / chuugoku-go; Japanese
中文 zhōng wén; Chinese.
Different languages using the chinese characters/kanji;
but there is nothing wrong with using 中国语 in chinese as the direct translation would mean the same thing.
let me tell you the true.
中文= 是指 （漢語） it is indicated as mandarin.
中國語(中國話）= 指漢語、且包括 其所有在中國存在的語言（包括其余的55個種族的語言）
while the second one is indicated those all small or dialects 55 races' languages that exist in china.
arigatou watashi no friend.
January 31, 2011
Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Cantonese), English, Japanese, Swahili