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Yes, you're right. The phenomenon of 豆腐 dòufu is the result of tone sandhi (连续变调 liánxù biàndiào). IME does not support tone sandhi, so you're unable to search for it as a neutral tone. The only accepted tone entry for 腐 is 3rd tone fǔ.
Use your own IME: 1) 2) Make sure that your IME is: 3) Choose "Phoetic" and directly input what you want.
I had a similar experience learning Chinese (My first teacher was from Taiwan, so we learned Zhu Yin). I found that the best way to learn pinyin was through chat room practice. Live conversations gave both contextual and applicable meaning to the pinyin I was using, and therefore helped solidify my understanding of pinyin. I recommend going to ...
There is an (almost) one-to-one mapping from Zhuyin to Pinyin, replacing symbols with letters. In my humble opinion, Pinyin only save one from remembering symbols. Neither Pinyin nor Zhuyin is perfect. Better learn both of them. Pinyin is the result of an attempt of romanization, everything is going well except that, after all, Chinese language is quite ...
http://xh.5156edu.com/conversion.html copy the text that you want to convert and paste it in in the upper box, click on "查拼音" and you'll get the pinyin in the lower box. hope this help
http://hanyu.iciba.com/pinyin.html and http://www.ifreesite.com/phonetic/ These websites may do the work, but only for plain text.
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 ...
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：
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