Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The article discusses the personal pronouns of the Russian and Uzbek languages in a comparative aspect and gives the specific suggestions to teach the students of Uzbek groups of non-philological directions in the declension of personal pronouns based on the grammatical model.

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1. Azizov A.A. Sopostavitelnaya grammatika russkogo i uzbekskogo yazikov. – T.: O‘qituvchi, 1983. 2. Azimov E.G., Shukin A.N. Noviy slovar metodicheskix terminov i ponyatiy. – M.: IKAR, 2009.



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