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 alphabet is known as zhu yin fu hao or bo po mo fo has 37 characters and 4 different tones. The Chinese alphabet: ㄅㄆㄇㄈㄉㄊㄋ
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Large Chinese dictionaries can contain 40-50,000 characters. Only 6,000 are essential in everyday use.
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Chinese characters don't have letters, they have sounds called Pinyin (the use of Roman letters with lines on top of them) that were created to help Chinese people learn Chinese about
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The Chinese writing system is made up of about 50,000 to 60,000 characters.
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