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Sioxngkor Harnguo 🔊 (上古漢語; Old Chinese) si gwgienhak siong tuix taixiog zeeng 1200 nii kaux zeeng 3 seakie kikafn Harngie ee zhenghof. Giefnkiux jixn'uii hittangzun ee Harngie iawkøq u hok zwym (zhanchviu "kr-", "pr-").
- Old Chinese refers to the form of Chinese spoken from the beginning of written records (around 1200 BC) until the 3rd century BC.
- Most scholars now believe that Old Chinese lacked tones.
- Colloquial readings of Harnji generally come from Old Chinese, dating back to the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD).