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Convertir Chino a Pinyin | Convert Chinese to Pinyin diciembre 24, 2007

Posted by Romexi in Chino | Chinese.
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Encontré vía Google un website en el cual te permite convertir caracteres Chinos a Pinyin. Para los que no saben lo que es Pinyin es el sistema de transcripción Chino en el cual no se usan los símbolos chinos, si no que se usan letras del alfabeto latino para sustituirse y de ese modo poder aprender a hablar Chino sin la necesidad a la vez de aprender los caracteres Chinos. Esto lo saque de Wikipedia. Si no me entendieron pues mejor le checan ahí (Les deje el link referente a Pinyin)

El link del website Chino a Pinyin. La imagen del website se las deje abajo, de ese modo para que vean como funciona.

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I found a great website, it can convert the Chinese symbols to the Pinyin system. I left you a quote from Wikipedia about what mean Pinyin.

Pinyin, more formally Hanyu Pinyin, is the most common Standard Mandarin romanization system in use. Hanyu means the Chinese language, pin means “spell” and yin means “sound”.

Pinyin uses the Latin alphabet to represent sounds in Standard Mandarin. The way these letters represent sounds in Standard Mandarin do not correspond to any other one particular language that uses the Roman alphabet. For example, the sounds indicated in pinyin by b and g correspond more closely to the sounds indicated by p and k in some Western uses of the Latin script, e.g., French. Other letters, like j, q, x or zh, indicate sounds that do not correspond to any exact sound in English. Some of the transcriptions in pinyin, such as the ian ending, do not correspond to English pronunciations, either. This means that people who have not studied Chinese or the pinyin system are likely to severely mispronounce some words if they attempt to pronounce pinyin according to their own language spellings.

Chinese to Pinyin

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