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Durdona Kobilova
Mukaddas Jalolova


In this article, the role and influence of movies and theaters in learning foreign languages ​​are expressed.  Movies are an extremely useful teaching tool for foreign languages. According to our research and observations, watching films in a foreign language classroom provides students with an opportunity to acquire new vocabulary, terminologies, phraseology, and usage patterns that they would not be able to acquire in a traditional language classroom. Even at the advanced level, movies can provide a forum for students to practice speaking the language in class discussions. This is the reason that a lot of language-learning establishments have multi-media rooms equipped with TVs, VHS players, CD players, and DVD players.

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Kobilova , D., & Jalolova, M. (2023). CINEMA AND THEATRE IN TEACHING FOREIGN LANGUAGES FOR PROFESSIONAL PURPOSES. Евразийский журнал социальных наук, философии и культуры, 3(11), 54–57. извлечено от

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