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The article is distinguished by the formation of the problem of parts of speech in linguistics, especially in Turkish and Uzbek linguistics, by the presence of an effective solution aimed at overcoming the difficulties of isolating some syntactic parts. It is emphasized that the ability of linguistic units to expand in the process of syntactic communication due to their valence potential can be a solution to some problems associated with distinguishing parts of speech.
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