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TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING THROUGH AUTHENTIC MATERIALS

Authors: Khamdamova, Nilufar; Yusupova Marjona;

TEACHING ACADEMIC WRITING THROUGH AUTHENTIC MATERIALS

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Abstract: The article deals with utilizing from authentic materials and also its pros and cons in teaching academic writing. As well as this, it is aforementioned opinions of some scientists in this article.

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