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Abstract

In this article, the linguistic landscape of the world, the artistic image of each language is unique and multifaceted, the national view of this being, the specific phonetic system of each language and its connection with the features of national articulation.

Keywords

imitation descriptive word descriptive expression onomatopoeia descriptive means noun verb grammar form imitation to sound and state agglutination

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kizi, A.N.M. 2021. The Origin of Onomatopoeia in English and Uzbek Language. International Journal on Integrated Education. 4, 10 (Oct. 2021), 59-61. DOI:https://doi.org/10.31149/ijie.v4i10.2258.

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