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Antimetabole and source for literary devices

"Antimetabole is a figure of speech in which a phrase is repeated, but with the order of words reversed. John F. Kennedy's words, "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can ...
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Antimetabole and source for literary devices

A good source is this for chinese idioms. An antimetabole is a rhetorical device - 修辞手法
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Is there an Android app that pressing on words translates them?

Now there is also Langtern, a free iOS and Android app that has an embedded browser with a dictionary that shows the meaning of words you click on. This is an example with a piece of news from 中国日报: ...
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Are chinese historical dramas appropriate for learning Mandarin?

I think it's okay to be use the old word, old words always so beautiful No problem in using it 😭🫶
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