Native toPeople's Republic of China
RegionQingtian county, Lishui prefecture, Zhejiang province
Language codes
ISO 639-3
qing1241  Qingtian
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The Qingtian dialect (simplified Chinese: 青田话; traditional Chinese: 青田話; pinyin: Qīngtiánhuà) is a dialect of the Chinese language. It is spoken in Qingtian county of Lishui prefecture in Zhejiang, China. The Qingtian dialect is one of the Chuqu dialects of Wu Chinese spoken in Quzhou and Lishui prefectures of Zhejiang.[1]


  1. ^ Tolchinsky, Liliana; Salas, Naymé (2009). "Written Representations of Nominal Morphology by Chinese and Moroccan Children Learning a Romance Language". In Bazerman, Charles; et al. (eds.). Traditions of Writing Research (illustrated ed.). New York: Routledge. p. 154. doi:10.4324/9780203892329-19. ISBN 978-0-415-99337-1. Eighty-four children participate in the study: 28 Chinese children, mostly from Zhejiang—a province south to Shanghai, speakers of Qing Tian Hua; 26 Moroccan children mostly from North Morocco, speakers of Darija—i.e., Moroccan Arabic...