Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


This article is devoted to the study of mentality and features of speech style of Uzbek mothers in modern society. Moreover, the article gives a definition of mentality, its influence on the speech culture of modern mothers. The mentality in communication with the child is given in examples based on the answers of an anonymous questionnaire among Uzbek mothers, which was conducted for scientific purposes.

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