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The Burmese language (Image:Bscript_bamasa.png, or bama sa) is the official language of Myanmar (known until 1989 as Burma). Although the government recognizes the language as Myanmar, most continue to refer to it as Burmese. Burmese is a member of the Tibeto-Burman languages, which is a subfamily of the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. It is spoken by 22 million as a first language, and is spoken as a second language by minorities in Burma, such as the Chinese, Indian, Karen, Mon, and Shan. The language utilizes the Burmese script, and derives from the Mon script, which ultimately comes from the Pali script. The script has a rather round shape, called ka loun (round letters). It is a tonal language, with four main tones. The ISO 639 code for Burmese is 'my'.OUR CHARGES
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Burmese itself is spoken by about three-fourths of the population of Burma, or about 30 million people. The distinctive Burmese alphabet consists almost entirely of circles or portions of circles used in various combinations. It evolved at a time when writing was generally done on palm leaves, the letters traced by means of a stylus. Thus straight lines were impossible because they would cause the leaf to split. There are 42 letters in all - 32 consonants and 10 vowels.
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