Uzbek Grammar

The Uzbek grammar allows you to manipulate the vocabulary to obtain multiple forms of a word. The grammatical rules below are the most important in Uzbek and help connect words or shape the structure. We start with the prepositions:

And: va Under: tagida, pastida
Before: oldin After: keyin
Inside: ichida Outside: tashqarida
With: bilan But: lekin, ammo
For: uchun From: …dan
To: ….ga In: ichida

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Questions and Adverbs

To ask questions, use the following:

What?: nima? Who?: kim?
How?: qanday? Why?: nima uchun?
Where?: qaerda?

Some of the most important time adverbs:

Never: hech qachon Rarely: kamdan-kam
Sometimes: vaqt-ma-vaqt, bazan Usually: odatdan
Always: har doim Very: juda

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Most commonly used pronouns in Uzbek:

I: men You: sen
He: u She: u
We: biz They: ular

To express the possession of something [possessive form]:

My: mening Your: sening
His: uning Her: uning
Our: bizning Their: ularning

Grammar in a sentence

Some random verbs to show how it's being used:

I speak English: men inglizcha gapiraman
You speak French: sen fransuzcha gapirasan
He speaks German: u nemischa gapiradi
She speaks Italian: u italyancha gapiradi
I visited France: men franciyaga sayoxat qilganman
I will drink milk: men sut ichaman


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Some extra grammatical structures:

I understand you: men sizni tushunaman
I don't understand you: men sizni tushunmayapman
I don't speak French: men fransuzcha gapirmayman
This is my house: bu mening uyim
That restaurant is far: u yoqdagi restoran uzoqda joylashgan
No problem: hech qisi yo'q

The above Uzbek grammar can provide tools to use in coordination with the Uzbek vocabulary to obtain some popular Uzbek phrases.

Uzbek Phrases

Uzbek Vocabulary


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Did you know? Grammar can help you increase your vocabulary dramatically. Grammar is like a tool which helps you manipulate words in a sentence by changing the shape and location of a word to create something new out of the old one.