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Soldatmi yoki tarjimonmi? 12. Match the Uzbek words on the right with their English equivalents on the left. Check your work with the answer key. 1. Profession 2. Doctor 3. Nurse 4. Laborer 5. Teacher 6. Student 7. Soldier 8. Mechanic 9. Farmer 10. Police Officer 11. Waitress 12. Interpreter A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. Ofitsiantka Dehqon Tarjimon Kasb Hamshira Militsiyoner Vrach Ishchi Talaba Soldat Mexanik O’qituvchi To pluralize any noun in Uzbek you simply add the plural suffix +lar to it.
B. I play soccer after dinner. C. I play soccer after work. 2. A. She goes to the market in the evening. B. She goes to the market in the afternoon. C. She goes to the market in the morning. 3. A. I go to work in the morning. B. I go to school in the morning. C. I go to the market in the morning. 4. A. I study at home on Saturday. B. I play soccer at home on Saturday. C. I eat breakfast at home on Saturday. 5. A. He watches television in the afternoon. B. He watches television in the evening. C.
Vrach E. Hamshira H. Ishchi L. O’qituvchi I. Talaba J. Soldat K. Mexanik B. Dehqon F. Militsiyoner 38 11. Waitress 12. Interpreter A. Ofitsiantka C. Tarjimon Exercise 14 A. B. C. D. farmer teachers interpreter soldiers dehqon o’qituvchilar tarjimon soldatlar End of Lesson Exercise 2 A. 3 tarjimon B. 2 o’qituvchi C. 3 talaba interpreter teacher student End of Lesson Exercise 3 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ismingiz nima? Siz qayerdansiz? Siz Samarqandda yashaysizmi? Sizning hovlingiz yoki kvartirangiz bormi? Siz mexanikmisiz?