发表于 2016-11-24 08:07:21
- 180 posts
Posted 19 October 2016 - 05:06 AM
Well, Imron got to it before me, but I was also going to suggest CTA.
Then, maybe it's just a matter of downloading one of those massive "spoonfed Chinese" anki desks and exporting that to a text file. Could the code extract relevant sentences, then?
If you want sentences from native media (movies) with audio, I've been creating a thread with anki decks that were made from movies using Subs2SRS (which splices apart a movie into sentences based on subtitle timings). You could download all the decks and export the sentences into CTA easily.
Imron's Lua scripting will then allow you to tag all of the sentences containing words you don't know, as well as add definitions and pinyin. The output from CTA can then be imported back into anki and you'll have full audio for sentences containing words you don't know, along with pinyin and definitions for those words.
If you don't want to wait, you can use my excel file I built for this purpose, described in this thread.
Of course, once Imron's Lua feature comes out, it will be more user friendly and maybe allow the user to add sentences from a "custom database" of sorts, as described here.