The Chinese language ( Pinyin: Hànyǔ, Huáyǔ, or Zhōngwén) is a tonal language and often regarded as a member of the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. Although Chinese is often mistaken as a single language, its regional variation is comparable the Romance languages that Spoken Chinese can be different enough to be mutally incomprehensible. Chinese can refer to Spoken Chinese and Written Chinese. By the Spoken Chinese, there were seven main regional groups including Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, or Hakka. Not only do they greatly differ in pronunciation, about 25% to 50% difference in their grammer and vocabulary are notable enough to raise a doubt if all Chinese dialects come from the same language family. However, Chinese always share a common Written form and characters, at least Since Qin Shi Huang have united all Chinese nations in BC 200s.
Before 19-20th Century, the common written form was Literary Chinese (Classical Chinese) that no one spoke as mother tongue. Until 20th Century, the baihuawen movement pushed the birth of the new written form Vernacular Chinese, based on Mandarin.
Employees are considered engaged when they display the engagement behaviors of Say, Stay and Strive. The table shows the patterns of these behaviors for all employees as a group, i.e. the percentage of respondents who agreed or strongly agreed to each of the six questions. Benchmark comparisons are also provided.
For an individual employee to be considered engaged, they must show all three of the engagement behaviors of Say, Stay and Strive. Your 2012 engagement score is the percentage of individual employees showing all three engagement behaviors. This means that the engagement score is not the average of all the behavior results in the table because the scores shown include all employees whether or not as individuals they are engaged.
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About one-fifth of the people in the world speak some forms of Chinese as their native language, making it the language with the most native speakers. The Chinese language, spoken in the form of Standard Mandarin, is the official language of the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China on Taiwan, as well as one of four official languages of Singapore, and one of six official languages of the United Nations. Spoken in the form of Standard Cantonese, Chinese is one of the official languages of Hong Kong (together with English).
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A very large portion of our business day-to-day consists of converting English language publications into all major languages. We can also Typeset & DTP your document in Traditional Chinese language. We work in Indesign, Framemaker, Pagemaker, Coreldraw, Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Flash & others and produce the same document into print ready Traditional Chinese language with a complimentary PDF file for you check the files.
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