In the article all features of Role play bringing language learners to happiness and merriment, developing effectively communicative abilities and speaking skills are scientifically analysed. Role playing is a methodology that may be used to help learners understand the subtler aspects of literature, social studies, and even some aspects of science or mathematics.
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Mavlonova, Ugiloy Khamdamovna; Abulova, Zulfiya Zaripovna; and Kodirov, Davronbek Khoshimovich
"ROLE PLAY AS A METHOD OF DEVELOPING SPEAKING SKILL,"
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 3
, Article 13.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/buxdu/vol3/iss1/13