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Chinese refers to a group of languages which originated as the native tongues of the Han Chinese in China. The most spoken dialects from the varieties of Chinese includes Mandarin, Wu, Min, and Yue.
In the 1989–1990 school year, Jacob's sibling and Talbott Winger found a letter in the Owlery the latter suspected may have been in Chinese, but he came to the conclusion that it was most likely in Japanese.
An advertisement for a Magic Translator's services that appeared in the classified section of an issue of The Quibbler listed several languages available for translation, including Chinese, "Eastern European" (presumably Russian or another language in the Slavic family), Japanese, and the Latin languages (French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish).
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