The Russian dictation was held at Alisher Navo’i Tashkent State University of the Uzbek Language and Literature
How ca we help young people to obtain more knowledge about world languages and cultures? The academic staff of Alisher Navo’i Tashkent State University of the Uzbek Language and Literature reached to conclusion that the only solution for this issue is to study. The Russian Dictation was held at this University on February 21, 2019. The text of the dictation was taken from the work of Mikhail Sholokhov and more than 100 students participated in the contest. It was dictated by the third-year student of the University of Nizhniy Novgorod who has come by exchange program.
The students of Alisher Navo’i Tashkent State University of the Uzbek Language and Literature not only study their mother tongue, but also learn foreign languages as well. The language of Pushkin and Tolstoy has become the second language of the elder generation of the Uzbek people. This tradition is still continuing.
The dictation was dedicated for the Mother Language day. Language is the blood of the soul into which thoughts run and out for each person. However, learning foreign languages, in particular, studying Russian, which serves as an international and the second language in the republic will give the opportunity to gain more knowledge and form educational connection and partnership with others. The event was held by Russian Center named after A. S. Pushkin in TSUULL, which was established with the help of “Rossotrudnichestvo” in Uzbekistan.