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Dear friends! 

We are glad to introduce our new app - ChineseYufa: sentence patterns. 

https://itunes.apple.com/app/chineseyufa/id1461752332

ChineseYufa: sentence patterns is a simple app for learning grammar of Chinese language! It will help you understand the core structure of most sentences. 

FEATURES:

Quotes of famous people

Two parts - Grammar and Reading

Dictionary and pinyin with one touch

Suitable for beginners and intermediate

No Internet connection needed

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Thank you for your attention! 

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