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'reciteword' is designed to help Chinese-speaking people study and learn English, particularly by reciting English words. It has an attractive interface which maintains the user's interest while practicing. It is skinnable, supports sound, and comes with over 400 books. Currently the program is in Chinese and supports learning only the English language. It is suitable for both secondary school students and adults.
released on 3 July 2003
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