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Comparison of Chinese romanization systems
also called Comparison of Chinese Phonetic Systems

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  1. Below is a table from pinyin.info which compares the different romanizations of Standard Mandarin

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. This table includes a list of all syllables which are considered phonemically distinguishable within the language

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  3. Note that Zhuyin has been included

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  4. While not being a form of the Latin alphabet, it still functions like a romanization system in modern use

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  5. Also note that Gwoyeu Romatzyh has a different spelling for each tone-this follows the spelling conventions of modifying the syllable's letters in order to indicate tone

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