This converter will attempt to convert PinYin into sounds more familiar to the average American English speaker. Unlike the pronunciation charts, this is only a rough approximation.
* I have chosen not to transliterate ü, which can be produced by pursing your lips to say "oo", but saying "ee" instead.
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