Can Zhang Jike still speak the authentic Qingdao dialect now?
as we all know, Olympic champion Zhang Jike is from Qingdao, Shandong Province and has a high popularity in China. So, can Zhang Jike, who has fought abroad for many years, still speak the authentic Qingdao dialect?
first of all, Zhang Jike is China's popular table tennis champion. Zhang Jike is definitely the first table tennis player who can achieve a full slam in 445 days in world history. The Qingdao boy not only played table tennis well, but also sang well. He even released his own album Xinzang. Among all table tennis players in China, Zhang Jike has the most fans. Of course, this is also his personality charm.
although Zhang Jike was born in Qingdao, he joined Shandong Luneng table tennis team at the age of 5, He joined the national table tennis team at the age of 15. Now, Zhang Jike is 30 years old. When he first went out, Zhang Jike may have spoken dialect. But for a long time, in order to communicate with his teammates and coaches, after 15 years abroad, we can believe that Zhang Jike's Qingdao dialect is not so standard. There will even be a taste of "Putonghua dialect".
"the young leave home and the old return, the local accent remains unchanged, and the sideburns are worn out", This dialect has not been changed, which means that you can still speak your hometown dialect, but you have to bring a little foreign accent.
for example, children leave home and live in school from high school, work outside for a few years, and then return home, There must be some "outside" smell when talking. What's more, Zhang Jike was only 15 when he entered the national team. It's easy to accept the influence of his teammates' hometown dialect.
Zhang Jike will broadcast live when he is in a good mood. Fans can hear it from Zhang Jike's live broadcast, Zhang Jike's Mandarin is already very standard. I can't tell he has a Qingdao accent. In the same way, his Qingdao dialect has been influenced by Putonghua.