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Spanish Alphabet Spanish uses the Latin alphabet as it has come to be known in Europe (including a "j" after "i" and a "y" before "z"). "K" and "W" are included, but are used mainly for foreign-origin words (like kilograma and waltzer). Traditionally, four additional letters were added: The "CH" after "C" (pronounced /ʃ/), the "LL" after "L" (...
Chinese is written in one of two ways: "Traditional" script and "Simplified" script. For example, 汉语 is the simplified form of writing Hànyǔ while the traditional form of writing these characters is 漢語. Comparing the two versions it is possible to see that certain elements of each character have been made less complicated in the simplified...
Chinese as a written language is used natively by approximately 1.2 billion people, mainly in modern China and Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau, as well as in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines. Large Chinese communities in other countries (like the large Chinatown in San Francisco) also understand and write Chinese characters. Unlike all Western...

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