Khalka language

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group of languages forming a subdivision of the Altaic subfamily of the Ural-Altaic family of languages (see Uralic and Altaic languages). The Mongolian languages are spoken by about 6 million people, mainly in the Republic of Mongolia, in the Inner
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Stapleton Roy, who had been trained in Mongolian language in Seattle two
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New Mongolian or Cyrillic Mongolian language is official language of Mongolia.
Among her topics are maintaining the Mongolian language in Inner Mongolia, multilingualism and multilingual education in Qighai, and the new literacy in Guangxi.
The modern Mongolian language utilises the word "Tuvd".
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Urumq, meaning "Beautiful Meadow" in Mongolian language, has customs and traditions of many ethnical elements mainly the Uighurs, Hans, Hui, Chinese Muslims, Kyrgz, Kazakh and Mongol.
The Tract in the Mongolian language that Bawden examines was printed especially for the missionaries of the London Missionary Society who were active among the Buryat Mongols of Siberia between 1818 and 1847.
For those interested in Mongolian language, history, and culture, this is a landmark publication.
The government also is working with the United States on a project to change the Mongolian language from the Cyrillic to the Roman alphabet.
"We're ready to speak with reasonable people there, people who understand that such a project, filmed by Mongolians in the Mongolian language, won't happen for a long time," he says.
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