How many letters are there in the Chinese alphabet?

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There is no alphabet in Chinese. Instead, the Chinese language uses a series of symbols, each symbol having its own meaning instead of putting letters together to from words that have meaning. Each symbol stands for a spoken syllable.
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The Chinese writing system is made up of about 50,000 to 60,000 characters.
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