Internet Software for Learning Chinese Characters - Chinese Learning 中文学习互助 - China Forum Recently I started think seriously about studying chinese, I found some useful resources that other people may find useful. There are lots and lots of free software learning resources around, however I wanted to try and find a single resource with as much as possible in the same place. The software courses on these sites all have to be paid for, but they may be worth it if provides you with a convenient method of learning Hanzi. (1) This is perhaps my favourite resource, since it combines character drawing and audio for learning pronunciation. (2) This is a more flash-card type system, but it is better than a usual flashcard, in that there are inbuilt tests, as well as contecnt sentences. (3) This is a simple flashcard system that I quite like, just because it is so simple to use. I hope that other people studying might find these useful. I know that there are lots of free resources as well..
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Best of Chinese Study Tools, Studying Chinese Online and Off Dictionaries come in three main categories: paper, hardware, and software. I would suggest noting that in the dictionary section, with forward references to wakan, plecodict, mandarintools, zdt, etc. In the "other" (software?) They are both completely free, multifunction software tools, but, like wakan, have very good built in dictionary support for Chinese. Euroasia has two offerings, the on line website, with dictionary and related word lookups, and the standalone software. I like many of your categories. But, sometimes putting a category down can suggest things. Thanks for your list, btw.
Pinyin Gwoyeu Romatzyh Gwoyeu Romatzyh (pinyin: Guóyǔ luómǎzì, literally "National Language Romanization"), abbreviated GR, is a system for writing Mandarin Chinese in the Latin alphabet. The system was conceived by Y.R. Chao (Zhao Yuanren) and developed by a group of linguists including Chao and Lin Yutang from 1925 to 1926. GR is the better known of the two romanization systems which indicate the four tones of Mandarin by varying the spelling of syllables ("tonal spelling"). These tones are a fundamental part of the Chinese language: to a Chinese speaker they are no less a component of a word than vowels are to an English speaker. Tones in Chinese allow speakers to discriminate between otherwise identical syllables—in other words they are phonemic. Chao claimed that, because GR embeds the tone of each syllable in its spelling, it may help students to master Chinese tones. History Tonal spelling, Gwoyeu Romatzyh's most distinctive feature, was first suggested to Y.R. Description