Cantonese


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Cantonese

the Chinese language spoken in the city of Canton, Guangdong and Guanxi provinces, Hong Kong, and elsewhere outside China
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For example, Arabic has dropped below the 1000 mark in two Sydney municipalities and Cantonese in one, while Spanish has gained ground in two.
Upon the death of a worker, if he was impoverished and was a guild member in good standing, then his family would be eligible for receiving bojin ("money wrapped in silk;" Cantonese baakgam).
However, a recent study on the short-term recall and articulation of Cantonese and English words in bilingual subjects suggests an important cross-language difference in short-term recall that is not explained by word articulation rate alone.
The restaurant's name, SUM, means 'heart' in Cantonese and captures how he feels about the East Village community that remains close to his heart.
Hud-dersfield has been crying out for a top quality restaurant like this with stylish surroundings and an authentic Cantonese menu.
Cantonese food is what most Western palates have been used to, so it's no surprise to see westernised classics like sweet and sour pork and crispy shredded duck on the standard menu.
Cantonese channels within the TVB Package provides a better TV- entertainment experience for the whole family and helps our customers connect to what's happening in-language.
One deals with the performing arts and cultural influences of Cantonese opera, and the other with the opera (as well as its subcategories) produced in stage performances, record companies, and film industries.
Whilst browsing the extensive menu, diners can choose from the best in Cantonese cuisine.
His favourite place is Riverside Cantonese Restaurant on Tudor Street in Cardiff.
If the boundary of a phonological phrase in Cantonese can be identified by the possibility of adding a pause, the definition in (7) implies that a pause can only be located at the left edge of a lexical phrase.
Cantonese is the most famous and popular of Chinese food and is renowned for its quality and variety of ingredients, alongside guaranteed freshness.