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  2. In Inner Mongolia, official language policy divides the Mongolian language into three dialects: Southern Mongolian, Oirat, and Barghu-Buryat. Southern Mongolian is said to consist of Chakhar, Ordos, Baarin, Khorchin, Kharchin, and Alasha.

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  3. The central Mongolian languages are usually divided into a western group, consisting of the closely related Oirat (spoken in Mongolia and in the Xinjiang region of China) and Kalmyk (Russia), and an eastern group, consisting of the closely related Buryat (Russia) and Mongol (Mongolia and China) languages.

  4. Jan 18, 2023 · Mongol language, also called Mongolian language, principal member of the Mongolian language family within the Altaic language group, spoken by some seven million people in Mongolia and in the autonomous regions of Inner Mongolia and Xinjiang and the provinces of Qinghai and Gansu in China.

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  5. Jan 4, 2023 · The Khalkha dialect is the standard dialect of Mongolian and is used in the media, in education, and in official settings. It is based on the speech of the Khalkha Mongols and has a relatively simple vowel system and a relatively large number of consonant phonemes. Some of the distinctive features of the Khalkha dialect include:

  6. Mongolian languages - The Eastern and Western groups | Britannica The Eastern and Western groups The split between Eastern Mongolian (Khalkha, Buryat, and the dialects of Inner Mongolia) and Western Mongolian ( Oirat and Kalmyk) occurred at a later stage than that between the peripheral, archaizing languages and the central group.

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