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Very Useful Resource 9 Jan. 2014
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I am trying to teach myself Uzbek, and was disappointed to see so few resources available, even on a place like Amazon! I decided to try this book out, and am very glad that I did. This book has a lot of very helpful vocabulary, organized very conveniently. This is one of the most comprehensive resources I found for English speakers trying to learn Uzbek.

I must caution you, however, that if you are a true beginner you may find it hard to learn Uzbek effectively relying on these vocabulary lists alone, and you may want to consider a supplement. I bought this along with Uzbek: An Elementary Textbook (by Nigora Azimova) which I ultimately had to return because the accompanying CD was defective, but while I had the textbook I found it much easier to learn the vocab effectively from this book when supplemented with a textbook. If you already have a background in Uzbek, this book of vocab will probably be okay just on their own.

i highly recommend this!
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