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English ⇄ 廣東話 ⇄ ping³jām¹

English (英文)廣東話 (Cantonese)

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Microsoft's Bing Translator can translate English to 廣東話 (Cantonese).

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English (英文) ← 廣東話 (Cantonese) → ping³jām¹

Cantonese Sheik Parser

Cantonese Sheik has a Parser to convert individual Cantonese characters (hon³zi⁶ | 漢字) into Jyut⁶pîng³ and English.

廣東話 (Cantonese) → ping³jām¹

Cantonese sounds can be written. This transliteration is known as ping³ jām¹ 拼音 (or pinyin). Methods of spelling Cantonese include Jyutping, Yale Romanization, and the International Phonetic Alphabet.

Chinese Converter

Chinese Converter has many Cantonese conversion tools.

Hong Kong Vision

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Easy Pronunciation (Free & Paid)

Easy Pronunciation is a paid service that offers phonetic translators and recordings. The free version is limited to converting 25 characters. To convert more characters, it costs 75 HKD (8 £) per month, or 230 HKD (25 £) for lifetime access.

廣東話 (Cantonese) ← ping³jām¹

There are several Ping³jam¹ (pinyin) input methods for Cantonese. Different devices have different options.


* "Cantonese" can refer to either 廣東話 (gwóng²dūng¹wáa² | 'lingo of Guangdong'), or 粵語 (jyut⁶jyǔ⁵ | 'lingos of the Yue').

* "Oral Cantonese 口語" (aka Native, Vernacular, Colloquial) is what most people think of as "Cantonese". "Literary 'Cantonese' 書面語" (aka Formal, Standard) is more akin to Mandarin. Both can be written or spoken, however "Literary 'Cantonese'" is almost never spoken out loud.

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