Phonetic competence


  • D.B. Namozova University of Public Safety of Republic of Uzbekistan


phonological signs, articulatory base, foreign language accent, phonetic skill, phonetic competence, artificial multilingualism, pronunciation


The article explores the features of teaching the pronunciation part of speech in the conditions of contact of three or more languages. These conditions are referred to as artificial multilingualism. The goal of teaching phonetics in artificial multilingualism, as well as in teaching the first foreign language, is to form phonetic competence, which includes specific skills (auditory and pronunciation), knowledge and skills.


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How to Cite

Namozova, D. (2023). Phonetic competence. Science and Education, 4(2), 1676–1678. Retrieved from



Philological Sciences