Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


This article depicts the outcomes of the experiment carried with 11 Korean learners of Uzbek as a second language to test Natural Order Hypothesis in the Uzbek language. The participants were asked to answer the questions which demand the specific morphemes. The findings serve as the frame of morpheme accuracy order in the Uzbek language.

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