Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


This article deals with different sources of borrowings in two diverse languages, English and Uzbek in particular. It is necessary to note that borrowings of English words are based on 5 different historical periods. The source languages for English borrowings are mainly Latin, French and Old Norse, whereas the origins of Uzbek language borrowings are mainly Arabic, Persian and Russian languages

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