Xinjiang Mandarin

Xinjiang Mandarin (simplified Chinese: 新疆官话; traditional Chinese: 新疆官話; pinyin: Xinjiang; Guānhuà)s are branches of Mandarin Chinese spoken throughout Xinjiang. Lanyin Mandarin is spoken in northern Xinjiang.[1][2] Central Plains Mandarin (中原官话) is spoken in southern Xinjiang,[3] and Beijing Mandarin is spoken in northern Xinjiang. .[4] Due to Language contact between Uyghur and Han Chinese, Xinjiang Mandarin received some elements from Uyghur language.[5]



  1. ^ China - Page 902 Chung Wah Chow, David Eimer, Caroline B Heller - 2009 "Language Most of the population in Qīnghǎi speaks a northwestern Chinese dialect similar to Gānsù huà (part of the Lan–Yin Mandarin family). Tibetans speak the Amdo or Kham dialects of Tibetan. It's possible to travel almost everywhere using ..."
  2. ^ Wurm et al. (1987), Maps B4, B5.
  3. ^ Wurm et al. (1987), Maps B3, B4, B5.
  4. ^ Wurm et al. (1987), Maps B2, B5.
  5. ^ https://www.researchgate.net/publication/272320363_Language_contact_between_Uyghur_and_Chinese_in_Xinjiang_PRC_Uyghur_elements_in_Xinjiang_Putonghua
Works cited
  • Wurm, Stephen Adolphe; Li, Rong; Baumann, Theo; Lee, Mei W. (1987), Language Atlas of China, Longman, ISBN 978-962-359-085-3.

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