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Abstract

The purpose of this research is to reveal the effectiveness of teaching degrees of adjectives graphic organizer. The primary focus in the class is emphasized on adjectives and language is an instrument, which the students use to complete it. The task is an activity, serving to improve communicative language skills (linguistic, sociolinguistic and strategic competences, in which students use language to achieve specific outcomes degrees of adjectives, authentic sources with multiple possibilities in the graphic activities based on organizer: while lyrics   are easily available for everyone nowadays online graphic are popular and easy for downloading, access to other types of authentic texts is unlimited. I also think the key to a successful degrees of adjectives-based lesson is to deal with the text as you would with any other type of short text, whether written or oral, to practice a variety of comprehension skills, work on specific grammar and vocabulary, or introduce a topic for discussion.

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while lyrics , specific grammar and vocabulary, successful degrees, practice a variety.

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Amonova Onarxol Chorievna and Bo’ronova Mahkamtosh Xoliqulovna, “TEACHING DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES THROUGH GRAPHIC ORGANIZER”, IEJRD - International Multidisciplinary Journal, vol. 5, no. 4, p. 14, Jun. 2020.

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