Yabla Online Language Immersion – (Chinese, French,& Spanish dictionaries, flashcards, games, videos, etc.)
Growing up with Chinese
“Entertaining, fun and easy to follow. This series has one hundred episodes, each fifteen minutes in length. The series’ aim is to use dramatic skits to teach three hundred of the most commonly spoken Chinese phrases to teenagers. ”
Learn to Speak Mandarin – website by a Mandarin teacher teaching in Korea
-free online tool that allows you to put the tone marks in by typing the pinyin and the tone number immediately after the pinyin (ni3 hao3).
-to type ǜ, type “u” and then “:” immediately after “u” and then put in the tone number.