|Question:||Are there any Chinese lessons in Pinyin available on Lingq?|
You can also cut and paste the entire text of any lesson into mdbg.
mdbg will then give you the characters, pinyin and English altogether (if you feel you need or want this).
Additional advantages of mdbg include; the jukuu example sentences function, and the *x* function (to see all other words that are built using any particular character).
- I use the MDBG Reader all the time, and don't think I could live without it now. The words I add to favorites are either high frequency words I don't know (HSK 4,5,6) or words/Chengyu/phrases I don't know but find interesting or useful. In my opinion, it is the perfect complement to LingQ. It doesn't parse texts perfectly all the time, but it is very close to perfect.