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Qingtian dialect

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Qingtian dialect

Native to People's Republic of China
Region Qingtian country, Lishui prefecture, Zhejiang province
Native speakers
(no estimate available)
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Qingtian dialect (simplified Chinese: 青田话; traditional Chinese: 青田話; pinyin: Qīngtián huà) is a spoken dialect of the Chinese language. It is spoken in Qingtian county of Lishui prefecture in Zhejiang, China. Qingtian dialect is of the Chuqu Wu dialects spoken in Quzhou and Lishui prefectures of Zhejiang.[1]

It is also often spoken by overseas Chinese who are from Qingtian.


  1. ^ Charles Bazerman (2009). Charles Bazerman, ed. Traditions of writing research (illustrated ed.). Taylor & Francis. p. 154.  

External links

  • A Study on the Phonetics of Qingtian Dialect

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