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Saydibragimova Yulduzkhon Obutkhonovna


Pragmatic refers to something that is practical or rational. When someone describes you as pragmatic, they are referring to your tendency to think in terms of the practical or logical rather than the ideal situation.


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Saydibragimova Yulduzkhon Obutkhonovna. (2022). BRANCH OF LINGUISTICS KNOWN AS PRAGMATICS. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 10(6), 294–296. Retrieved from


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