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    December 2018

    Singapore is a vibrant and diverse country with a range of languages spoken. The four main ones are English, Malay, Chinese, and Tamil. The national language is Malay, and it plays a significant role because the Malays are the ones recognised constitutionally as the indigenous men of the land. However, the Chinese Language has also undergone several changes in usage and priority throughout the decades. Diverse Languages Aside from the English language, the three other languages the constitution recognised were chosen regarding the dominating ethnics groups in the region. Mandarin gained stand

    The Chinese language has had various changes over time. At the initial time, the Chinese language was considered to be the part of the Sino-Tibetan family. One of the main problems is that there is no written documentation of anything in these languages which has been the biggest problem of that time. And using this language did not give the satisfactory results required at that period. After the various developments in China, they have tried to develop and upgrade their language that was based on the first few systems which

    If you are middle-aged or north of your thirties, you may think that it is too late in your life to learn a new language. But the truth is, it is not too late, even for a language as difficult as Mandarin. It is never too late until you are dead. While many believe that it is much easier for children to learn the Chinese language than adults, you must know that it is not impossible for an older person to learn. Children are able to learn ‘” faster” because they don’t

    To many, the Chinese language is the language of the future. That thought is justified by the fact that it is the most widely spoken language in the world today and it shows no signs of slowing down as native regions are experiencing population booms and there is an increasing number of non-native speakers immersing themselves into Chinese language and culture. China also has ties in many countries from those in its vicinity and some as far away as the Americas, Africa, and Western Europe. As parents, we have to equip