November 21, 2012

The Most Commonly used words and phrases - Learn Uzbek Language

Assalomu alaykum,

As I promised this lesson is about most commonly used words and phrases in Uzbek language.

Before we start the lesson I want to take your attention to the previous lesson. I had improved previous lesson with your valuable feedbacks. Please take a look, if it was difficult to learn first time. Link for Negative Sentences in Uzbek language.

English Uzbek English Uzbek
Yes Ha No Yo'q
Thank you Rahmat Thank you very much Katta rahmat
You are welcome Arzimaydi Please Iltimos (or Marhamat qilib)
Excuse me Kechirasiz Good Yaxshi (or Soz)
Very good Juda yaxshi (or Juda soz) Not good Yaxshi emas
Bad Yomon Very bad Juda yomon
Not bad Yomon emas Very Juda (or Ko'p)
Very much Juda ko'p Little Oz
Very little Juda oz Much/Many Juda
O.K Bo'pti (or Xo'p) Certainly Albatta
Maybe Ehtimol That's right To'g'ri
Not right Noto'g'ri With pleasure Bajonidil
Help Yordam (or Madad) I apologize Uzr
I am sorry Kechirasiz (or Uzr) Possible Mumkin
Impossible Mumkin emas Sir/Mr. Janob
Lady/Mrs. Xonim I know Bilaman
I don't know Bilmayman I understand Tushunaman
I don't understand Tushunmayman - -
I want (it) Istayman (or Xohlayman) I don't want (it) Istamayman (or Xohlamayman)
Please repeat Marhamat qilib takrorlang Please speak slowly Marhamat qilib sekinroq so'zlang

Knowing this phrases and words can help you a lot with every conversation.I assure you if you learn this words and phrases, you can make small conversations now. Repeat them and learn them. If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to post comments.

Coming up: Grammar - Suffixations in Uzbek Language


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November 12, 2012

Negative Sentences - Learn Uzbek Language

Assalomu alaykum,

Earlier we have learned how to make Question Senteces in Uzbek Language. Today we will talk about Negative Sentences in Uzbek.

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In Uzbek language there are two ways to make negative sentences.

1. With a word (emas, yo'q).
2. With suffix (-ma, -may ) in the end of verb, but not only. Used before modified forms that comes from pronouns (see here for pronoun suffices).

In Uzbek language we don't have is, are, verbs like in English.

This is book - Bu kitob.
These are the books - Bu kitoblar.

So when we want to make sentence negative we use emas.

This is not book                Bu kitob emas.
These are not the books   Bu kitoblar emas.

Word No-Yo'q in Uzbek, so there are rare cases when we need to use Yo'q word. But at the same time Yo'q can be used often as a short answer to the questions.

Do you want this chair?  Bu kursini xohlaysizmi?
- No, I don't.                    Yo'q, xohlamayman.
Is this a book?              Bu kitobmi?
-No                             Yo'q

-may is used with the verb when sentence is present and future.
-ma is used with the verb when sentence is past.

They couldn't come. Ular kela olmadilar.
They can't come.      Ular kela olmaydilar.

Some more examples:

O'zbekcha English
Men sizni tushunaman.I understand you.
Men sizni tushunmayman.I don't understand you.
Meni tashlab ketma. Don't leave me.
Hech qisi yo'q. No problem.
Bu Fransuz tili emas. This is not French language.
Men Xitoycha gapirmayman. I don't speak Chinese.
U O'zbekchani o'rganmagan. She didn't learn Uzbek.
U bizni ko'ra olmayapti. He cannot see us.
Biz kech kelmaymiz. We will not come late.
O'zbek tilida gapira olmaysizmi? Can't you speak in Uzbek.

Check out left side Grammar section for more grammar lessons. I also recommend you to check updated Introduction lesson for Beginners here.

Coming up: Most commonly used words and phrases in Uzbek language.
Stay tuned!


Negative Sentences - Learn Uzbek Language
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November 3, 2012

Audiobook - Utkir Hoshimov, Daftar hoshiyasidagi bitiklar Part 2

Assalomu alaykum,

I have posted first part of the audio book in Uzbek early September 2012, after some pause here is the second part of audio as before you can listen and follow the words of the book from below.

About book: It is a collection of notes that author try to put in small book, about his experiences and thoughts, including small stories.

Here is the Book you can follow as you listen.

Good luck, and have fun!

Share your thoughts, and leave a comment. I will be happy if this helps on your journey to learn Uzbek Language.

Coming up, some grammar lessons!


Audiobook - Utkir Hoshimov, Daftar hoshiyasidagi bitiklar, Part 2
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