This tool will take text using one form of Chinese Romanization and convert it into a different Romanization.
This pictorial vocabulary guide is good for beginners. It contains image-based pages and complementary pages with adjectives, verbs, and expressions. To hear how a vocabulary is pronounced, simply place the cursor over an object or text.
Developed by Tim Xie at the California State University - Long Beach, this resource shows how to write Chinese characters stroke by stroke with animation.
This pictorial vocabulary guide is good for beginners. It is part of the LanguageGuide.org project. To hear how a vocabulary is pronounced, simply place the cursor over an object or text.
This site provides an array of realistic conversational situations by level of Japanese mastery.
Write in the language you are learning and have native speakers correct your writing for you.
Move the cursor over the characters to display the On-yomi, Kun-yomi, meaning(s), stroke numbers and other information. The Kanji drill is included.
Developed by Indiana University, this resource combines text, sounds, and graphics for learning basic vowels, complex vowels, and consonants.
Developed by Indiana University, this picture dictionary combines text, sound, and graphics. It contains word lists and categories.
This online course is offered by Sogang University; it includes lessons for Novice Korean and Intermediate Korean.
This Web-based online courseware is created by University of California - Berkeley. It contains text with audio, grammar, covabulary, exercises, and homework.