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Update April 13, 2016: Since I have been getting so many comments saying what I stated in my video is wrong, it took until today for someone to prove it to me, and because he was so thorough, I am willing to modify my video starting today. According to Federico Demarco, shanghainese can be written. & he has provided translation to prove it so. If you have any questions about his translations, you can go to his channel for more info: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsMuWynd-mOsdz-5Tj7fPTA 吃饭 / ʨ'iɪˀ vɛ (To eat) 谢谢侬 / ʑiɑ ʑiɑ noŋ (Thank you) 现在啥辰光 / ɦi ze sɑ zən kuɑ̃ (What time is it) 汏浴 / dɑ ioˀ (To shower) Note: I still stick to the line, "There is no official nor standard way to write Shanghainese." So that's why, I will not be modifying any correction on Shanghainese being able to be written. The above is only Federico Demarco way of writing Shanghainese, this is not the standard. And other aficionados might disagree with his translations. ............... Shanghainese is a dialect spoken in the city of Shanghai (上海). While Mandarin is the official Language spoken in Mainland China called Pǔtōnghuà (普通话) in Chinese. In this video I try to show you a few examples on how they're different. (One noticeable difference is how proper sounding Mandarin is, while Shanghainese is not pretty sounding. There's a joke that goes, when you hear 2 Shanghainese people talking, it sounds like they're arguing. That's how harsh Shanghainese can sound like sometimes. You might notice it in my video.) But remember I'm no expert, and my Chinese is still not that great, so take the info I give in the video with that in mind. My last video "Saying it, Using Pinyin.": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-ybjpdo_bA was done in conjunction with this video as a set up to my next video. I wanted to give a little Chinese lesson 1st before I jumped into doing my next video, "American Ideals vs. Asian Trauma" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUSEYGzIseE). I will be speaking in Chinese and wanted to teach you something about it, if you knew nothing about the Chinese Language. Example of a reaction when people don't watch my previous videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufyGrWo9muU&lcor=1&lc=TOoMJQxbneJIwVA0ZFrhHaOqzdeyW15_DogsekZvivY&lch=email_reply&feature=em-comment_reply_owner Summation: "To make this clear. Shanghainese speaking people say the "sh" like "zh." And Mandarin speaking people (who also include people living in Shanghai ), say the "sh" like "s." " ..... in response to "wussytaco" & "xxxxSOSEXYxxxx" (which are horrible names by the way... step up your game... people are watching. But I thank them for there comments either way) If you want to know more about Chinese dialects, You can learn more from the links below. List of varieties of Chinese http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Chinese_dialects Mandarin Chinese: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Chinese Shanghainese: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghainese For a better look, below are the example words I used in my video: to shower : 洗澡 / xǐzǎo to eat : 吃饭 / chīfàn thank you: 谢谢你 / Xièxiè Nǐ (Edit: with the help of commenter Song Kenneth, http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx3VnvGKSQl7RmGa1yNt8qQ shanghainese subs: to shower = 汰浴 da yoh to eat = 吃饭 cih vae thank you = 谢谢侬 sia zia nong / xia ya nong) what time is it? 现在几点了？ Xiànzài jǐ diǎnle? 现在是什么时候？ Xiànzài shì shénme shíhou? Note, all are in Mandarin, since Shanghainese doesn't really have a written system.* *Edit: although 屹 陈 from the comment section would disagree "1. we can write Shanghainese down. 2. To write it down we use Chinese characters. 3. Shanghainese belongs to Wuu Language which has already been regarded as a indenpendent language in UN. 4 Almost every Chinese "dialect" can be recorded with Chinese characters even those language, which used Chinese character as their writting system such as Japanese Korean Vietnamese." Part 2, Speaking More Shanghainese: http://youtu.be/CWOqrEJ9CbY China (中国) Playlist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiMyHmdZqn0&list=PLF3A77440A4BC5C11&index=2
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