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http://hanyu.iciba.com/pinyin.html and http://www.ifreesite.com/phonetic/ These websites may do the work, but only for plain text.
Start with PinYin. Don't worry about writing and grammar at this stage. Find a native speaker to correct your tones. I have used chinese-bootcamp.com practice session several times, very useful to practice with native speakers.
Sorry pal, I don't think such software exist for a simple reason of exponential combination process. Chinese pronunciation has so many rules. Add on top of that, there are "occasional" special cases which may be frequent in usage. I gave it a minutes and I couldn't see how such a software could be designed to translate Chinese text to sound symbol. The ...
吗 is a simplified Chinese character. You can tell from the short horizontal line where traditional would have four dots or legs. 嗎 is the traditional Chinese character equivalent. So if you really need 吗 you should install Simplified instead of or as well as Traditional Chinese. Traditional is used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao, but most people in ...
To PinYin Please use: Chinese version of word or WPS, in word you can see: 用鼠标选中需要注音的文字（拖黑）——格式——中文版式——拼音(Word2003,XP……) for Word2007 or above version, switch to "Home" page and then click this：
I will recommend to install google pinyin, its url is here: http://www.google.com/intl/zh-CN/ime/pinyin/ with that, you can easily get 吗 with ma
As you are using the "Pinyin - Traditional" input method, maybe what you can see will only be the traditional character "嗎". To convert it into simplified Chinese, try this tool by pasting it into the blank and click the second button. By the way, sometimes we also use "麼" (or "么" in simplified form) at the end of a question. And the corresponding Pinyin ...
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