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The following is an example of how to use impolite words in your query. Those samples may contain slang words depending on your query. Browse hakka in: Cantonese, Cantese, Hakka, and other Chinese language. Contains Cantonese, mandarin, hakka and other traditional Chineses. There are three Asiatic languages: Sarami Hunami, Javanese Surinamese and Hakka Traditional and Chinese; three Asiatic languages: Sarami Hundi, Surinamese Javanese and Hakka Traditional; other communities also speak mandarins (as well as several other dialects of China such as Hokkkien, Hakka and Cantonese), Iban, Hindia and Tamil.
Further foreign language versions are Mandarin (and various other Mandarin accents such as Hokkien, Hakka and Cantonese), Dusun, Iban, Hindi and Tamil. Indicators : French, Tahitian, Marquisian, Taamotu language, Mangaevan language, southern island languages: Ra'ivavae language, Rapa language, Ruturu language, English, Hakka-Cantonese, Vietnamese.
LANGUUAGES: French, Tahiti, Marquesan, Tuamotan, Mangarevan, the Australian Isles language: Ra'ivavae, Rapida, Ruturu, English, Chinese Hakka, Indonesian, Vietnamese. Chinese, n.e.s. 2006 The category "Chinese, n.e.s." includes "Chinese" and all Chinese tongues except Mandarin, Taiwanese, Chaochow (Teochow), Fou-kien, Hakka and Shanghai.
In 2006, the section "Chinese, n.o.s." contains answers from "Chinese" and all of China except Cantonese, mandarin, Taiwanese, Chaochow (Teochow), Fukien, Hakka and Shanghainisch. We haven't listened to the Hakka accent for a long time. It' been many years since we listened to the Hakka vernacular. The declaration of Simplified Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka and Simplified Mandarin contains no further information.
In Chinese, coverage of Chinese (unless otherwise stated), Cantonese, Mandarin and Hakka.
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Subjects related to Hakka Chinese. I' m from Singapore and also a member of the Hakka Group. But since I have not used this idiom for a long while, I have already been out of contact with it. Anyways, I see that there is already a threaded on hakka sounds and I have gone through it.
But I don't seem to be able to find one that has an audiofile that can hear the different sounds of Hakka-songs.