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Language differences between Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese


Broadly speaking, Simplified and Traditional Chinese are two character sets that represent the same language – but the nature of Simplified Chinese means it has evolved somewhat further. Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese are two related but separate character sets that are used to represent Chinese. Traditional Chinese is significantly more complicated, and has been

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Language differences between Brazilian Portuguese and European Portuguese

There are widespread differences between Brazilian and European Portuguese, most notably in pronunciation and vocabulary. Although Portuguese as spoken in Brazil and Portugal (and several other locations around the world) is essentially the same language, there are many differences between dialects. That means getting your business’s message across clearly is a job for a native

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Language differences between European French and Canadian French

Canadian French exhibits many differences from Continental or Metropolitan French, especially in less formal and spoken language. Canadian French is used as a general term for the various dialects of French spoken in Canada. These include Quebec French or Québécois and also those used in other Francophone communities throughout the country, especially Ontario and New

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