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Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

Article Title

SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING

Abstract

The current paper covers an investigation of second language learning, an overview of the various teaching factors, and issues related to the teaching of English language in Uzbekistan. Furthermore, different learner types, attitudes and social backgrounds are discussed.

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