TinyCards: Chinese Time and Day Deck!
Hi there. I don't like to self advertise, but I made a time and day deck for Mandarin! I think it’s quite good and it’ll help if you checked it out and gave it some feedback!
There are many online Chinese input methods (no need to install): such as InputKing. refer: http://chinesedigger.blogspot.com/2009/11/web-ime.html
or you can add Chinese keyboard on any laptop or mobile device. refer http://chinesedigger.blogspot.com/2008/05/chinese-input.html
Those pages are written in Chinese, but many of links have English or you can use google translate.
I tried the three exercises and quite liked what you've done. I must agree with jzsuzsi though, that the pronunciation sounds English - or at least not like a native Chinese speaker is saying the words. I didn't realize that "hao" added "th" to numbers - as in eighth, fourth. etc. That was good to learn. Thanks for your efforts.