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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article is about the latest research it was found out that children acquire language much more easily at their infant age. By perception and listening they learn the language naturally. Already the small babies and toddlers who are exposed to everyday contact with second language acquire the language automatically. When the children moreover have the chance to read books or magazines for infants, they become familiar with the written form of the language and have no problem to deal with texts and letters later at school

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348

Last Page

354

References

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