Books/Movies with pinyin?

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Books/Movies with pinyin?

Postby danrunsfast614 » 19 Dec 2010, 15:48

Does anyone know a place to find books with traditional characters and pinyin? Or even just in pinyin? I'm trying to expand my vocabulary and rate of comprehension and always find reading is a great way to do that when learning by myself at without a teacher present(at least for me).
Also, maybe some movies with pinyin subtitles? Any ideas where to find these things?

Thanks a bunch!
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Re: Books/Movies with pinyin?

Postby cranky laowai » 19 Dec 2010, 16:02

danrunsfast614 wrote:Does anyone know a place to find books with traditional characters and pinyin? Or even just in pinyin? I'm trying to expand my vocabulary and rate of comprehension and always find reading is a great way to do that when learning by myself at without a teacher present(at least for me).


Also, maybe some movies with pinyin subtitles? Any ideas where to find these things?

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