Learning foreign languages is a modern necessity
2nd year student of the Faculty of Translation
2nd year student of the Faculty of Translation
Introduction: Learning foreign languages has always been essential for human. It is known that Abu Rayhan Beruni, Abu Ali ibn Sino, Alisher Navoi and other great ancestors were also fluent in several languages. It helped them to exchange experiences, improve their knowledge and skills with the leading scientists of their time, and enriched their creativity and scientific heritage. That is why majority of people still have an interest to the boundless heritage of our great ancestors. Globalization and the integration of nations are the cause of increasing the need to learn foreign languages.
LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES IS A MODERN NECESSITY
Nematillayeva Mohichehra Qobiljon qizi
O‘zbekiston davlat jahon tillari universiteti Tarjimonlik fakulteti 2-bosqich talabasi
Introduction: Learning foreign languages has always been essential for human.
It is known that Abu Rayhan Beruni, Abu Ali ibn Sino, Alisher Navoi and other great
ancestors were also fluent in several languages. It helped them to exchange
experiences, improve their knowledge and skills with the leading scientists of their
time, and enriched their creativity and scientific heritage. That is why majority of
people still have an interest to the boundless heritage of our great ancestors.
Globalization and the integration of nations are the cause of increasing the need to
learn foreign languages.
Today we cannot imagine our lives without foreign languages. In the process
of globalization, learning foreign languages remain modern requirement. Actually,
eign languages is becoming a common practice. I ask myself that “How
fast can I learn a foreign language?”, “How easy is speaking a foreign language?”,
“What is the secret of learning foreign languages?” After many years of research, I
realize that the problem is the strong desire to learn a language. Learning foreign
languages is not a major issue for us today. The most important thing in learning
foreign languages is to have a strong passion for life. Most importantly, when you
learn a language, you need to understand that everything is simple
– not difficult. You
need to learn foreign languages in order to achieve your future goals.
Nowadays, many language courses propose two or three hours a week. A
language learner who is busy with daily activities will not be able to spend time on
language on other days and will forget the topics of the previous lesson until the next
lesson. This slows down the process of learning the language. Try to make a daily
commitment to be master of a foreign language: “I can find time to learn English every
day in any situation!” Only then, your chances of remembering the language will rise
dramatically. Linguists have divided learning foreign languages into four categories:
1. Reading is the ability to understand a text while reading it in a foreign
2. Listening is the comprehension of a text while listening in a foreign language.
3. Writing-Ability to write in a foreign language.
4. Speaking is the ability to express oneself in a foreign language. Here are
three key pointers in moving forward:
– richness of dictionary;
Thus, it is quite difficult to learn foreign languages without mastering these
Grammar. Many students who are learning foreign languages are often
stubborn when it comes to grammar. Whether we like it or not, the most difficult part
of learning a language is grammar. Because of this, it is too important to learn
Richness of dictionary. One of well-known American scientist
– Tim Ferriss can
easily speak in seven foreign languages. He explains the secret of language learning
as follows: It takes 3 months to understand 90% of any foreign language, but it takes
3 years to understand 95%. So, it takes a lot of work to be master a language. While
utilizing dictionary, it is enough to memorize the most commonly used words in the
language. Then all you have to do is learn the words in the field you need. When
speaking a foreign language, in 90% of cases, only about 1,000 common words are
used, and the rest is enough for everyone to learn according to their domain.
Pronunciation. Each language has its own pronunciation. Linguists estimate
that there are more than 150 sounds in all, and that each language typically uses an
average of 30 sounds. As a result, there is a huge difference in the pronunciation of
languages. For example, there are no English nasal sounds in our language. Usually,
the easiest way to develop your pronunciation after learning a language is to listen
to the foreign language as much as possible. The importance of repetition in learning
a foreign language should also be kept in mind. Repetition is the mother of
knowledge. Repeating the grammar topic you learned every week will help to
strengthen it and keep it in your memory even better.
Conclusion. It is known that the study and teaching of foreign languages has
become a modern necessity in our country
– Uzbekistan as well as other developed
countries. It is no exaggeration to say that the opportunities which are created for
youngsters in order to learn foreign languages, are proving their positive results. Not
only the example of foreign languages, but also significant changes and innovations
are taking place in all spheres of science.
Taking advantage of these opportunities, we must study hard and educate well.
Anyone who wants to learn foreign languages perfectly can learn it on their own. But
to do that, you have to be psychologically prepared to learn the language. Learning
foreign languages requires a strong will, well-organized schedule and of course,
being industrious person.
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Mukarrama Bekzodovna Jumayeva (2021). Interactive methods used in primary schools. Scientific progress, 2 (4), 881-885.
Samad o'g'li, R.S., & Kamoliddin o‘g‘li, LN. (2021, October). Reforms in Education. In “Online-conferences” platform. - PP. 138-140