Gan dialect is a branch of Chinese spoken in Jiangxi Province, China. It is also spoken in the southern parts of Anhui Province and the northern part of Fujian Province. Gan is the native tongue of the Gan people and has about 8 million speakers.
Gan dialect is very similar to Hakka and Cantonese. However, it has its own unique features. For example, Gan uses the word "ma" to refer to both "mother" and "horse", while Hakka and Cantonese use different words for these two concepts.
Gan is a tonal language, which means that the meaning of a word can change depending on the tone used when pronouncing it. There are four tones in Gan: high, rising, low and falling.
Gan dialect is a fascinating branch of Chinese with its own unique features. If you're ever in Jiangxi Province, be sure to give it a try!