Unlike the alphabet, which uses letters to form words and sentences, the Chinese language uses Chinese characters as a means for writing communication. Its phonetic sound system known as Hanyu Pinyin helps people to pronounce the Chinese words correctly. It includes four diacritics denoting tones. Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world, and people who understand or speak even basic Chinese words possess an added advantage when it comes to professional opportunities.
Mandarin is a common spoken language in Singapore and is one of Singapore's official languages. Chinese is an important component in Singapore's national exams including PSLE Chinese, GCE O Level Chinese and Junior College GCE A Level exams in Singapore. Higher Chinese is offered to students who can manage it as the first language standard in addition to English.
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