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Foreign media said the Beijing dialect gradually disappear: Mandarin and the transformation of the old dilution Beijing dialect – Reference News Network November 26 foreign media reported that the Beijing dialect not heard in the ear, like the speaker mouth full with marble, attracted many parodies and bursts of video. Get some inspiration from the traditional performing arts of Beijing dialect vocabulary rich and colorful and unique pronunciation, such as double comic, comic dialogue and bamboo beat story "kuaibanr". However, the Beijing dialect is disappearing, including the use of standard language in the schools and offices, the transformation of the old city and the external population. According to the "New York Times" website reported on November 24th, 2013, China capital officials and scholars at the beginning of a project, before disappearing completely in this dialect, the people still speak Beijing dialect pronunciation record. By the end of this year, they will be able to publish the materials in the form of online museums and interactive databases. "On the streets of Beijing, you can hardly hear the old Beijing dialect," said Gao Guosen, 68, who is believed to be "very authentic" by the city government". "Even when I was with my family or my kids, I didn’t speak in Beijing." Reported that the most prominent feature of the Beijing dialect is the addition of children at the end of the syllable voice. This feature, coupled with frequent consonant will "swallow" habit so that Beijing dialect has a concise, humorous feeling. For example, the standard Chinese "do not know" in the Beijing dialect has become a "back to"". "Teacher" sometimes sounds like "the second child."". In 1930s, China began to define and promote a common language in the country, both Mandarin and Putonghua, many pronunciations from Beijing dialect, but not all. In 1950s, the government introduced an official system of spelling Chinese characters in Latin letters to further strengthen the standard pronunciation of Chinese characters. These measures enhance the communication between Chinese people from different regions, but also weaken the role of dialect. A 2010 Beijing Union University study found that in 1980 after the birth of the Beijing local residents, 49% of people prefer to speak Mandarin and do not say the Beijing dialect, while 85% of the population want their children to learn mandarin. Reported that the transformation of the old city of Beijing has played a role in dilute dialect. Until the middle of twentieth Century, the vast majority of the population of Beijing is still living in a crowded alley, the alley around the Imperial Palace neighborhood arranged in a crisscross pattern. Today, it is estimated that only a small part of the original 3700 alleys still exist, the original residents of the alley has been moved to the apartment building in the outskirts of the city. Beijing has long been a place to attract migrants from other parts of china. According to China’s last national census, between 2000 and 2010, an average of 450 thousand people moved to Beijing every year, which means that more than 1/3 of Beijing residents are not born locally. Reported that the United Nations, a material shows that there are nearly a hundred kinds of Chinese dialects in an endangered state, many of which are China’s 56 officially recognized minority languages. Shanghai, Jiangsu and other five provinces"相关的主题文章: