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Learning Chinese pinyin for Chinese Word Processing, huh? It helps alot if you know what each and every word means, as PinYin input doesn't use oral tones as such, if you know what i mean.
eg. for the characters "ni" you actually type ni1
and "hao" you enter hao1
The other characters also share the same PinYin, but has a completely different meaning. On average there are about 27-40 different Chinese characters to every PinYin.
Wow... now even cuter! Meow!
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