Advice 1: How to learn Uzbek language

The Uzbek language is spoken by about 30 million people in Central Asia and Russia. Most of them are ethnic Uzbeks residing in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.
How to learn Uzbek language
If you learn the language from scratch, at first listen at least ten hours of various audio in Uzbek. It could be intensive courses with translation into Russian language and Vice versa, and simply dictate the words and dialogues, and audiobooks, and much more. You can watch movies, cartoons for language, listen to recordings from radio stations. This method will allow you to quickly get accustomed to the Uzbek language.
Download online or buy in store dictionary. He may be small, most importantly, that there was the need (especially at first) words. Try to find not just the book, but the audio application to it. This way you will be able not only to pronounce each word and memorize it, but to hear its correct pronunciation.
In parallel with the listening should take place and grammar rules. At the initial stage will require knowledge of word order in Uzbek sentence, basic prepositions, the possessive forms. It should be noted that the study of any language you need to devote time daily. May you have not so much time, but it will be more effective than you'll spend one lesson, and then think about the following only a week or a month. Set the schedule convenient for you: for example, listening to books or watching the films , you can focus on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and on Tuesdays and Saturdays to study grammar and work on vocabulary.
If you follow the plan, the first results become visible already after three or four weeks. You will be able to recognize by ear some words of the Uzbek language, will know their translation into the Russian language. After months of training you should move to another stage, to self-translation of sentences and subsequently and entire texts. For this purpose, try some Uzbek textbook that is designed for beginners. There you will find easy texts. For translations, please use not only a paper dictionary and electronic. So you will be able to accumulate an extensive vocabulary because he is the Foundation for further language learning.

Advice 2: How to learn the history of Russia

Russian history is interesting and multifaceted, her knowledge helps to understand events and phenomena that occur in modern life. The history of Russia can be considered as an academic discipline or as a field of scientific knowledge, but, in any case, to learn it, it takes a lot of effort and time.
How to learn the history of Russia
To pass the exam on the history of Russia, that is, discipline in the curriculum of the school, College, University, it is advisable to attend lessons, lectures, preparing to seminars, to do notes, to read additional literature besides the textbook, write essays, in General, responsibly to the study of the subject.
If this is not the case, lost time, and before the exam a few days left, you can learn the story, using the following guidelines:- prepare for exam on specific tickets and issues;- carefully read the material in the recommended textbooks;- scan the answers to the questions of examination tickets, make cheat sheets, even if not to be used in the process of writing the brain remembers information;- read your notes, focusing on dates, personalities and key events.
If you have the time and opportunity to study the history of Russia can be turned into a fascinating process. First, read a few books by different authors, to see the events, facts and phenomena from different points of view. In addition to modern textbooks refer to works of well-known historians S. M. Soloviev, V. O. Klyuchevsky, V. N. Tatishchev, N. M. Karamzin, L. N. Gumilev and others.
To make your own opinion and point of view on problems in Russian history, read historical documents: "the Tale of bygone years", "Russian truth", "the Word about Igor's regiment", the law in different years, "Domostroy" Cathedral ulozhenie of 1649 by., Roster, manifests, letters of statesmen, etc the Most complete picture can be obtained from reading books on the history of Russia, for example, the publishing house of Moscow state University.
Pay attention to the historical literature examining Russian history through the prism of various ages, the ruling dynasties of individuals, wars, etc. But preference research publications, rather than historical fiction, because the latter contain a lot of fiction.
In addition, do not ignore documentaries and TV shows about the history of Russia, including foreign production. Showcase the images of historical figures and events contribute to a better understanding and retention.

Advice 3: Prepositions in Russian: classification and examples

The pretext is a service part of speech that serves to bind words within a sentence. The preposition does not change and is not an independent part of the sentence. There are three signs by which one can classify prepositions.
Prepositions in Russian: classification and examples

Derivatives and non-derivative prepositions

Education prepositions are divided into derivative and non-derivative. Derivative called prepositions, which come from other parts of speech. For example:

- verbal prepositions: because of, despite, after, etc.;
- adverbial: around, about, along, etc.;
- noun: by, for, about, etc.

Simple and compound prepositions

Called simple prepositions consisting of one word and written without a space: without, for, from, to, by, from, about, etc.

A complex (or double) prepositions are written with a hyphen: over, under, above.

Composite is prepositions consisting of two or more words written with a space: due to the fact that, in connection with, about, etc.


- prepositions of place (spatial): at the table, over the table, facing the table, under the table, in the table;
- prepositions of time (temporal): before lunch, after lunch, before dinner;
- object of prepositions: other, other;
- causal prepositions: because of the storm, due to the weather, due to illness;
- prepositions of purpose: for others, for friendship, for joy;
- prepositions of manner: without another, another, heart to heart;
comparative prepositions: with me, mother nature in;
- attributive prepositions: tea (what?) without sugar, the skirt (what?) flowered house (what?) of wood.

The difference of the prepositions from other parts of speech

It is important to distinguish prepositions from other parts of speech. For example, the preposition "through" should not be confused with the adverbial participle "thanks." Compare:

Thanks friend I got out of a difficult situation (here "thanks to" is a preposition).
I was walking down the street, thanking God for a new job (the word "thanks" can I ask you a question — how? doing what? So, it is an independent part of speech, namely, the gerund).

Also the temporal preposition "for" can be confused with a noun. Compare:

For a long time I was waiting for an answer (excuse).
In the course of the river splashed a small fish (noun, ask questions: what? where?)
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