Common Features and Differences in the Use of Auxiliary Words in English and Uzbek

  • Iskanderova Shirin Daniyarovna Student of Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages, Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Keywords: auxiliary words, linguistic science, specific features of languages, modal verbs, language system, function of grammar, grammatical features, sentence structure, word order, cultural influence


The article gives information about common features and differences in the use of auxiliary words in English and Uzbek languages. The study of the typology of auxiliary words in English and Uzbek languages will contribute to linguistic science by providing a comparative analysis of the linguistic features and semantics of these words. This will allow us to better understand the specifics of both languages and enrich our knowledge of linguistic diversity.


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How to Cite
Iskanderova Shirin Daniyarovna. (2024). Common Features and Differences in the Use of Auxiliary Words in English and Uzbek. Central Asian Journal of Literature, Philosophy and Culture, 5(1), 1-4. Retrieved from