I think it would be very useful if it could be Voice input test in flashcard tests. I think even as Add-on people would buy it.
Yes, I see voice input in Pleco Android, but unfortunately I can't use voice input in any kind of flashcard tests.We do already support voice input for free using the systems built into Android and iOS, the main issue there is that there isn't currently a way to get pinyin out of those - only characters, and they aren't necessarily stressing about whether the tones in the characters they return exactly match those in what the person said.
The Chinese app “普通话学习” does exactly that, albeit it's completely in Chinese this latest function they've added is usable [Link to Chinese Forums] for people who's Chinese is just about good enough to distinguish 人 and 入. It's just that people aren't that interested in perfecting their pronunciation until it's too late. It's worth checking out, as well forMaybe for now it would be easier to just do something with audio capture, i.e. we record you saying it and then we play back the correct version followed by your version and you can grade yourself?
See what I've written above.oral practice is a burning issue.
No longer. Check out what I wrote above.... if you have good recordings of all Chinese syllables in different tones from language textbooks, repeating these until you see an improvement is basically the most effective thing you can do.
All your answers are written in linked Forum post.Hi Weyland, ...