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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

This article deals with the impact of gender on students’ achievement in learningEnglish as a foreign language in secondary and higher vocational schools, as well as teachers’ and stu-dents’ opinions concerning the importance ofthis influence.

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415

Last Page

418

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