no, its absolutely impossible. The only proof I got until now is this which underlines the abundance of homonyms in Chinese. Its not much and I still think its possible to switch to pinyin for Chinese.
Can I use pinyin for traditional Chinese?
Heres how to set it up. Open the Language menu, and at the bottom select Language preferences, as circled in the image here. Now in the settings panel for Microsoft Pinyin, change the characters set menu to Traditional Chinese.
How do I change to pinyin?
Open Region and Language. Change to the Keyboard and Languages tab then click Change Keyboards... button. From the Installed Services group, highlight Chinese (Traditional) - New Phonetic then click Properties... Change to the Keyboard tab, then choose HanYu Pinyin and click OK
Can Chinese be written in Latin alphabet?
The romanization of Mandarin Chinese, or Mandarin romanization, is the use of the Latin alphabet to write Chinese. Chinese is a tonal language with a logographic script; its characters do not represent phonemes directly. The two main systems used by English speakers are Pinyin (拼音) and Wade-Giles (韦氏拼音).
What is Chinese Dayi?
Dayi (Chinese: 大易; pinyin: dàyì, literally big easy) is a system for entering Chinese characters on a standard QWERTY keyboard using a set of 46 character components.
What is Chinese in Hanyu Pinyin?
Chinese Pinyin, or Hanyu Pinyin (汉语拼音), is the official romanization of Mandarin Chinese, which is usually written using characters only. It describes the sounds of Chinese characters using the Latin Alphabet, and also includes a tone marker (one of four) making characters easy to read and learn.
How do you pronounce Pinyin in Chinese?
1:441:00:40Learn Mandarin Chinese Pinyin PronunciationYouTube
What happened Google Pinyin?
As of March 2019, Google Pinyin has been discontinued and the download page tools.google.com/pinyin/ has been deleted. However, Google Pinyin IME can still be obtained from https://dl.google.com/pinyin/v2/GooglePinyinInstaller.exe (as of July 31, 2021).