Language learning materials and other books about Uzbek (Ўзбек тили), a Turkic language spoken mainly in Uzbekistan.
by Nigora Azimova
- offers a thematically organized and integrative approach to the Uzbek language and its culture, including a functional approach to grammar, an emphasis on integrated skills development, and the use of authentic materials such as videos filmed in various regions of Uzbekistan. Contains a CD-ROM with audio and video materials to accompany the text and integrated, interactive exercises and games. It also includes a supplementary Cyrillic reader, an extensive glossary, and illustrations and photographs throughout.
by Kurtulus Oztopcu
- a basic introduction to colloquial Uzbek that features basic vocabulary for travel and day-to-day living.
by Kamran M. Khakimov
- contains 8,000 total entries with phonetic pronunciation for each language, and a concise, easy-to-use format.
by Nicholas Awde, William Dirks and Umida Hikmatullaeva
- provides essential vocabulary and phrases for communication with Uzbek speakers in travel-related and daily life situations. Uzbek is presented here in the Roman alphabet to allow quick pronunciation. Includes 5,000 entries, basic Uzbek grammar, and practical cultural information.
by Andrey Taranov
- contains over 9000 commonly used words arranged into themes such as basic concepts, numbers, colors, months, seasons, units of measurement, clothing & accessories, food & nutrition, restaurant, family members, etc.
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