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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

In this article, students are invited to engage in dialogue and communicate with them in the process of training and education, listen to their independent ideas, learn and create an environment of free thinking.

First Page

262

Last Page

266

References

1. Sheils J. Communication in the Modern Language Classroom Strasbourg 1998 page 65 2. Rixon Sh. Developing Listening Skills Modern English Publications 1986 page 89 3. Williams M. Motivation in Foreign and Second Language Learning: An Interactive Perspective Educational and Child Phycology 1994 page 66 4. http:// new teachers. Tes.co.uk/content/how-make-your-presence-felt-classroom

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