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Central Asian Journal of Medicine

Abstract

Since 2012, Uzbekistan adopted CEFR into educational process in Uzbekistan Higher Educational Institutions in leading medical institution of Central Asia Tashkent Medical Academy foreign languages chair professors have been doing their best to teach both students and academic staff to get corresponding knowledge in English for Medical Academic purposes (EMAP) and as ESP. In our article, we explain how integrated approaches of Reading, Listening, Speaking, and Writing would give expected result. We try to prepare qualified professionals in short period of time as English is not a basic subject for medical universities.

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57

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References

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