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Dilbar Palimbetova
Nadira Adilova
Nazira Naimova


This article discusses the benefits of using games in teaching speaking skills in a language classroom. The authosr highlight the advantages of games in engaging and motivating students, providing opportunities for meaningful speaking practice, developing critical thinking skills, and creating a positive learning environment. The article emphasizes how games can enhance students' fluency, vocabulary, pronunciation, and confidence in speaking the target language. According to the result of the research, the authors argue that incorporating games in language instruction can be an effective and engaging strategy for improving students' speaking abilities and overall language acquisition.

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Palimbetova , D. ., Adilova , N. ., & Naimova , N. (2024). USING GAMES IN TEACHING SPEAKING. Наука и технология в современном мире, 3(3), 84–86. извлечено от

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