COMPARISON OF UZBEK AND RUSSIAN LANGUAGES

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Geldiyeva Khursandoy

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Nowadays, many languages have their own international, national, or educational corporations. This, in turn, indicates a growing focus on language. It is known that the first national corps included samples of fiction of artistic value, with linguodidactical significance (not translated). Later, language corps created for various purposes, including the International Corps of English and the American National Corps, led to the emergence of some other types of corps. In addition, more than a dozen studies on Uzbek corpus linguistics, which has not yet had a long history, have been conducted, and in a short period of time the Uzbek language corps has been established at Tashkent State University named after Alisher Navai. Uzbek language and literature. This article discusses the possibilities of the existing Russian National Corps and the Uzbek Language Corps.

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