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I know 67 in Chinese is: liu+shi+qi But is the first

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I know 67 in Chinese is:

liu+shi+qi

But is the first i pronounced as a short vowel i or long vowel i? Is the u pronounced as a short vowel u or long vowel u? Is the second i pronounced as a short vowel i or long vowel i? Finally, is the third i pronounced as a short vowel i or long vowel i?

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Ray Atkinson :

I checked several dialects, and all apparently are short vowels except the u. "lio shyr chi" is another written translation.

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