Hey, does anyone know how to get the text associated with the Chinesepod lessons to show in windows or Android platform media players?
Going to buy an android pad and it would be really nice if i could use it to study
mgaleanoNovember 03, 2012, 09:39 AM
The best way is to use the chinesepod app. or just go to the website and open up the PDF. I could not get the lyrics to work under android. There might be some music player app out there. My Andriod is very basic not enough space to test lots of apps.
Guayadeque player shows the lyrics in Ubuntu.
AussieNickNovember 03, 2012, 10:05 AM
Trouble is I don't plan on getting mobile web on my tablet (can't afford another $30 per month!) so I'll just be downloading lessons then listening offline. Also, matching up all the PDF's with the lessons can be a pain in the ass, and you have to switch back and forth all the time.
I will try and find an app once I've bought the tablet then, cheers!
'I thought aussies always pronounced it that way actually'
Ouch. Okaaaaay, well the word is 'arse' in Australia (so you better change your pronunciation back), but I'm wondering now what that sounds like if you speak the Queen's English - most Aussies don't have those lovely rounded vowels, even so. I'm dreading what is happening to our language.
Oh, and BTW I still caught you out. :) I spose AussieNick sounds better than PommieNick.
Ok, people in the UK, Australia (I assume NZ as well) say arse. Any other English speakers say/spell it arse? I know in the US we don't. Funny, I assume Canadians say ass, but don't really know for sure.