The most common Mandarin words in Australia

In the past decade, Mandarin has become the most commonly spoken language in Australia, with more than 3.6 million speakers worldwide, according to data from the Ministry of Education.

“The biggest surprise is that the numbers have increased by more than 50 per cent in just the last few years,” Dr Mandy Hwang said.

“There are still a lot of people who can speak Mandarin, but the number of people in the country is increasing.”

Dr Hwang has been studying Mandarin for 30 years and has studied Mandarin for over 40 years.

She said Mandarin was used in many areas of society, including education, business, travel, politics and more.

“It’s become the lingua franca of our society,” Dr Hung said.

Dr Hwais research is supported by the Australian Government through the Australian Institute of Mandarin.

“I think we have a lot more Mandarin speakers than we know,” she said.

Mandarin is spoken in most parts of China, including in Hong Kong, Macau, Macao and Taiwan.

Mandarin was introduced to Australia in the late 19th century and is spoken mostly in China’s Sichuan province.

“Mandarin is the second most spoken language after English, but there are a lot fewer people who speak it,” Dr Lee said.

He said the study showed there were a lot less Chinese speakers in Australia.

“That’s a very good thing.

They have a more diverse population than in China,” Dr David Lee said, of the findings.

“So, we can all learn Mandarin from Mandarin speakers.”

Mandarin is the main language in the US and Canada, but some areas of the world have Mandarin as well, such as Malaysia and Singapore.

Mandarin speakers are often referred to as Mandarinists, who can be found in Mandarin speaking countries such as Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The study also showed that Mandarin was the most common language spoken in Australia’s capital, Sydney.

“We have a very small number of Mandarin speakers in the city, but in Sydney, there are about 1,200 Mandarin speakers, and they are very vocal,” Dr Yoon-Soo Lee said of Mandarin’s popularity.

“They have been able to maintain the language in a very low-key way, in order to stay on the same level.”

The study showed that people who were born in China or Hong Kong were more likely to be fluent in Mandarin than people born in other countries, such like India.