Hey everyone, I'm relatively new to learning Chinese but now I'm starting to take it more seriously. I've been using Pleco for a while now, and I think it's a great resource. A couple of questions: 1. Does Pleco have a way of distinguishing between the 'modern' and 'ancient' meanings of various characters? For example, the Android PLC entry for the character 易 has two lists of three, separated by a grey horizontal line: 1. easy 2. amiable 3. (Formal) despise ______________ 1. change 2. exchange 3. a surname A Chinese friend of mine told me that in modern Chinese 易 primarily means easy, whilst in ancient Chinese 易 can also mean change. Is this what the horizontal line means in the dictionary entry? Does Pleco have a way of distinguishing between these? Is this actually an important issue? I'm still new at this, and I'd like to develop good habits now. 2. Can Pleco distinguish between noun, verb, adjective... etc.? I know this can be a slightly thorny issue, since many characters can act as nouns, adjectives, verbs and more, depending on context, but does Pleco have any attempt at this? I saw some pictures which suggested it does, and also some other forum posts, but I can't find it. Is this a feature found in add-on dictionaries, or a setting I just can't find? Thanks in advance!