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Chinese Character Annotator (pinyin and sound clips)

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Learning Chinese? Use this tool to annotate text with pinyin and sound clips of the pronunciations.

Search for characters! (New)

Copy and paste some Chinese text into the box and hit Search. The Chinese text will be marked up with pinyin and link to sound clips of the pronunciation.

Phonetics Chart

The sound clips used in the character annotator are also available in a handy Pinyin chart. The chart displays the ~400 Mandarin Chinese syllables, each syllable has sound clips for the four tones as well as the zhuyin / BPMF phonetic spelling. Interested? Visit the lost-theory.org Pinyin Chart!

Pinyin chart

Chinese characters come in two forms: traditional (used in Hong Kong and Taiwan) and simplified (used in mainland China). However, for many characters both forms are identical. This site has only simplified characters.

This means "East"
Chinese character for East (simplified)Chinese character for East (traditional)
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