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This article deals with analysis and description of language (in particular, phonetic and linguocultural) interference phenomenon. Such type of interference appears as a result of contacting elements of native and target languages in a consciousness of a learner. Speech interference in linguistic and methodological sciences is traditionally considered as one-sided process, in accordance with which it is negative influence of features of native language on the process of acquirement of target language. Speech interference is considered in this article as a result of double-sided process: negative influence of native and non-native languages on the process of acquirement of target language. Scientific points of view of native and foreign scholars are analyzed here to comprehend and define the types of speech interference. Speech interference is inherent equally to all individuals, who study non-native language in the process of school or university education in conditions of artificial or natural bilingualism. Potential and factual speech interference is characterized on the material of phonemes and their positional varieties in Russian and Turkic languages. Sources of interference are revealed in this article. Linguocultural interference is considered as a result of lack of knowledge of foreign culture.

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M Dzhusupov

Uzbek State University of World Languages

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Mahanbet Dzhusupov is a Professor at Uzbekistan State University of World Languages, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Kichik Halka str., 21-a, G-9A block, Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 100138


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