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What is the difference between Mandarin and Chinese language? Here's the short answer: Mandarin is a form of the Chinese language. Some call it a dialect. Chinese is an umbrella language term that encompasses multiple dialects/languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka, and more. When you look at it closely, there are actually over 200 dialects of Chinese! Is Mandarin a Chinese language? Mandarin language, also called Northern Chinese, Chinese (Pinyin) Guanhua (“Officials' Language”), or (Wade-Giles romanization) Kuan-hua, the most widely spoken form of Chinese.Why is Chinese language called Mandarin? When Jesuit missionaries learned this standard language in the 16th century, they called it "Mandarin", from its Chinese name Guānhuà (官话/官話) or 'language of the officials'.How do you speak basic Mandarin Chinese? Basic Mandarin Chinese Words and Phrases Hello: Nǐhǎo (Nee how) ... Thank you: Xièxiè (Shieh-shieh) ... You're welcome: Bù kèqì (Boo kuh-chi) ... Good morning: Zǎo (Zhow) ... Goodnight: Wǎn'ān (One-un) ... My name is…: Wǒ jiào... ( ... My friend's name is...: Wǒ de péngyǒu jiào…Is it hard to learn Mandarin Chinese? Mandarin Chinese Interestingly, the hardest language to learn is also the most widely spoken native language in the world. Mandarin Chinese is challenging for a number of reasons. ... But writing isn't the only difficult part of learning Mandarin. The tonal nature of the language makes speaking it very hard as wellDid Bruce Lee speak Mandarin? Bruce Lee spoke Cantonese which is from his upbringing in Hong Kong, where Cantonese is spoken, whereas Mandarin is spoken in China and other parts of Asia. But there's not much recorded evidence of him speaking Cantonese (there are some recordings though), he almost always seemed to speak English later on.Is Cantonese older than Mandarin? But generally speaking, Cantonese was evolved from Old Chinese while Mandarin from Middle Chinese. In other words, Cantonese saw its development earlier before Mandarin. ... Yes, modern Cantonese is more similar to older forms of spoken Chinese than Mandarin is.