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    Graham Jans commented  · 

    This is a great idea! It would also help with the 'beta' languages that don't actually have frequency ordering yet, users could basically enforce their own frequency ordering by adding the word in multiple contexts.

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    Graham Jans commented  · 

    This is such a critical part of the language. I checked and this seems to be required for all the non-latin languages. Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Thai, whatever. Anything where I (as a latin-alphabet reader) can't immediately ensure that I'm reading it correctly, it would be nice to be able to turn on pronunciations.

    Of course, for Japanese in particular, it would be especially good if the pronunciations could be presented in either latin letters or Japanese kana, as that extends the learning process further.

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