Shadi dialect

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The Shadi dialect (Chinese: 沙地话; pinyin: Shādìhuà; Native name: 沙地話) is a Wu Chinese dialect spoken in Chongming, Haimen, and Qidong districts as well as in some areas of Zhangjiagang.[1] It is considered to be a variety of Taihu Wu, which is intelligible with Shanghainese.

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  1. ^ Zhang, Huiying (2009). Chóng míng fāng yán yán jiū 崇明方言研究 [Study on the Chongming dialect] (in Chinese). Peking: China Social Sciences Press. ISBN 978-7-5004-8346-5.