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Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

Abstract

The article considers about development of lexical competence based on content-based approach of ESP learners. There are different approaches of scientists about CBI as a new approach in foreign language teaching are analyzed and generalized in this field. In this article, we chose to use the term "content" as an international term, without translating it into Uzbek. Content-Based teaching is a language instruction that combines the linguistic and academic needs of English learners. In communicative teaching of English as a foreign language, more emphasis is placed on meaning than on the form of the word. This means that the material taught in this methodology should be appropriate for teachers and students. In this case, the most suitable materials for students to study are selected through situational assessment.

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