Peace Corps - Uzbek Language Lessons
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This book is intended to be used in a competency-based language training program. A competency-based approach to language training is one which focuses on the specific tasks that learners will need to accomplish through language. This approach focuses not only on language, but also on the cultural context and purpose of the communication. Some competencies are closely tied to work tasks, such as reporting an absence, explaining a procedure, or making an appointment with a supervisor. Others reflect basic survival needs like buying food, handling emergencies, and using local transportation. Still other competencies are part of ordinary social transactions, such as discussing home and family, requesting clarification, or expressing likes and dislikes. The competencies included in this book are those which we anticipate Peace Corps Volunteers will need most during their initial months in the country. Topics include the following:
Lesson 1: Personal Identification
Lesson 2: Classroom Orientation
Lesson 3: Conversations with Hosts
Lesson 4: Food
Lesson 5: Directions
Lesson 6: Transportation
Lesson 7: Social Situations
Lesson 8: Communications
Lesson 9: Medical
Lesson 10: Shopping
Lesson 11: Personal Identification II
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Uzbekistan: 1992-2005 Currently Inactive
Uzbekistan: Currently Inactive
Uzbek is a Turkic language and the official language of Uzbekistan. It has anywhere between 20 and 26 million native speakers and is spoken by the Uzbeks in Uzbekistan and elsewhere in Central Asia. Uzbek belongs to the Eastern Turkic, or Karluk, language group of the Altaic language family. The Uzbek language gets its lexicon and grammar mostly from Turkic languages. Other influences rose from Persian, Arabic and Russian.
Uzbek is spoken in: Uzbekistan
Uzbek is also called: Uzbeki Spoken, Central Asian Arabic, Jugari, Kashkadarya Arabic, Uzbeki Arabic