Mongolian bhasa

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Mongolian
Монгол Mongol, Template:MongolUnicode Mongɣol
Naam ke bole ke dhang /mɔŋɢɔ̆ɮ xiɮ/
Spoken in Mongolia, People's Republic of China
Region All of Mongolia and Inner Mongolia; parts of Liaoning, Jilin, and Heilongjiang provinces in China
Total speakers 5.2 million[1]
Language family Altaic (controversial)
Writing system Mongolian script, Mongolian Cyrillic alphabet
Official status
Official language in Template:MGL
Template:Country data PRC Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China
Regulated by Mongolia:
State Language Council (Mongolia),[2]
Inner Mongolia:
Council for Language and Literature Work[3]
Language codes
ISO 639-1 mn
ISO 639-2 mon
ISO 639-3 monMacrolanguage
individual codes:
khk – Khalkha Mongolian
mvf – Peripheral Mongolian
Linguasphere part of 44-BAA-b

Mongolian bhasa ek bhasa hae.

References[badlo | edit source]

  1. Estimate from Svantesson et al. 2005: 141
  2. "Törijn alban josny helnij tuhaj huul’". MongolianLaws.com. 2003-05-15. http://www.edulaws.pmis.gov.mn/edulaws/web/index.php?modules=law&viewid=2&law_id=189. Retrieved 2009-03-27. The decisions of the council have to be ratified by the government.
  3. "Mongγul kele bičig-ün aǰil-un ǰöblel". See Sečenbaγatur et al. 2005: 204.