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JCR. 2020; 7(5): 278-281


DEFINING COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE IN TEACHING A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

Irsaliyeva Madina Anvarbek qizi, Xidirova Zuhra Po'latovna, Agzamova Zamira Izzatulayevna, Amirova Aqida Tursunbayevna.

Abstract
The article discusses the importance of Communicative Competence in Teaching Foreign Languages, Communicative Communication as a Communicative Unit, Communicative Teaching Methods, Essentials of Communicative Language Teaching, Basic Principles, Use of Conditional Speech, Grammar Problems, and analyzes textual speech exercises

Key words: academic science teacher, higher education, foreign language professional communicative competence, foreign languages, improving speaking skills, Communicative Teaching Methods.



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