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漢藏緬語々言研究ㄟ博客
a sinotibetoburman linguistics blog
2011-09-03

Changzhou Hua Lessons On Tudou lessons

I came across a few lessons on Changzhou dialect. They're nice and slow and it's a nice way to hear clearly some of the different pronunciations from someone who clearly knows what they're doing.

lesson one
lesson three
lesson three

Looks like there are only three lessons. Part one goes over the basics like "hello" and "are you from Changzhou". Part two is for numbers, and part three goes into more complex sentences, such as in the image above.

Good stuff. I'd love to see more.

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