|Native to||Southern China|
Shiqi dialect is a dialect of Yue Chinese. It is spoken by roughly 160,000 people in Zhongshan, Guangdong's Shiqi urban district. It differs slightly from Standard Cantonese, mainly in its pronunciation and lexicon.
even rising going entering ① ˥ 55 ② ˥˩ 51 ③ ˩˧ 13 ⑤ ˨ 22 ⑦a ˥ 5 ⑧ ˨ 2
This appears to be due to mergers: the fact that entering tone has split oddly suggests that it has split twice, as in Cantonese and Taishanese, but that tone ⑦b subsequently merged with ⑧.
- The sources for this article do not contain any information regarding the number of native speakers.
- Lin Baisong/林柏松 (1997). "石岐方音". In Huang Jiajiao/黃家敎. 汉语方言论集. Beijing Language and Culture University Publishing House. ISBN 7-5619-0486-X.
- "(方言文化)合奏一曲方言交响乐". Nanfang Daily. 2005-11-17. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30. Retrieved 2007-05-22.
- Lee, Gina Maureen (1993). Comparative, diachronic and experimental perspectives on the interaction between tone and the vowel in Standard Cantonese (PDF). Ohio State Dissertations in Linguistics. Retrieved 22 May 2015.
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