Hakha Chin LanguageThe Hakha Chin Language
The Hakha Chin Language
is a language that 446,264 people speak in South Asia The overall number comprises 2,000 Zokhua and 60,100 Lai speakers The majority of the actors are located in Mizoram in East India and Burma, with a small number of actors in Bangladesh. Although there is no formal language in Chin State (Burma), Lai Hole is used in most parts of Chin State as a language of communications or Lingua Franca.
It' used as a mother tongue in Hakha and Thantlang. It is also used as a language of language of communication or lingua franca in Matupi. Because Hakha and Falam languages come from the same Lai language and 85% of phonetics and accents are exactly the same, Falam speakers can readily speak the Hakha language.
Technically since Hakha is the Chinese state capitol; Chin's citizens from many parts of China state settled in Hakha or served or worked on a temporary basis as officials or businessmen and finally they study and talk to Hakha together with their kids. Thus the Hakha (Lai) is used today as a language of communications or lingua franca in today's Chin state.
Hakha Chin words are predominantly one-syllabic, some Ses with a "reduced syllable" The unconfirmed mother tongue, Proto-Chin, was provided with a velarplosive. In all its subsidiary tongues, the phonetic term itself was dissipated by spirantisation to ?, followed by labialisation No indigenous words have the velarplosive expressed, but it can be found in loan words.
The Hakha alphabet ?h? transliterates the gloottal fricativ in starting point but a stop of glotal in code mode. 6] Voiceless approximations are differentiated in written form from their vocal equivalents with a prefix ?h?. Like other Chin tongues, Hakha Chin should be represented by the Pau Cin Hau type. "```Haka Chin``.