Background. The article provides a lot of information about the commonalities between the genres of English and Uzbek folklore. In addition, in English and Uzbek fairy tales, many writers have expressed their views on the harmony of colors. There is also information about the differences between English and Uzbek fairy tales. Methods. From time immemorial, man has not only fought for his own survival, but also for the longevity of his tribe. Consequently, the content of alla, rubbish, fairy tales and riddles is primarily aimed at shaping a conscious, strong, agile and agile human upbringing. People's perceptions of the world around them and their accumulated knowledge about it, as well as their wisdom and conclusions based on life experiences, are conveyed to children in the form of specific advices and means that they can understand. That is why there is a lot in common in the folklore of different peoples, even in countries far away from each other. Results. In the most ancient literary monuments of many nations, including myths and legends, fairy tales - a similar aspect is evident: this aspect is more the highest notions of man and his great, glorious mission on Earth. Heroism, intelligence, nobility, goodness, beauty are reflected in the hymns. Scientists rightly claim that myths have served as a unique source in the development of scientific ideas, in the emergence of philosophy, literature, fine arts, sculpture, architecture, music, theater. The oldest fairy tales describe various folk customs, traditions, and tribal customs. Or they can be traced back to the plot (reality) of primitive myths. Discussion. The concept of tour has a wide meaning. It covers a variety of genres. Species differ in the nature of their depiction of reality. While the epic objectively reflects my reality in a plot-narrative form, the lyric subjectively describes a person's impressions of reality, his inner experiences; and drama reflects the scenes of life through the speech and action of the characters. Conclusion. In conclusion, in the article we have learned a lot about the diversity of English and Uzbek fairy tales. We also learned about the differences between English and Uzbek fairy tales. In addition, we have learned the views of scholars on English and Uzbek fairy tales.
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Nusratova, Aziza Choliboyevna
"COLOR SYMBOLS AND ETHNOLINGUISTIC ASPECTS
IN ENGLISH AND UZBEK FOLK TALES,"
Scientific reports of Bukhara State University: Vol. 5
, Article 17.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/buxdu/vol5/iss2/17