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This article explores expression of subjective attitude through subjective assessment in Uzbek language. The attitude of the speaker to the reality is understood as the moods of caressing, caressing, respect, belittling, modesty, cursing, teasing, as well as cases of exaggerating, amplifying and emphasizing one's opinion. The meanings listed above are expressed in the context through the whole sentence or a part of it. Subjective assessment, as we mentioned above, is an expression of the positive or negative attitude of the speaker to the objective existence and his speech. The expression of the meanings of the subjective assessment of diminishing, belittling, caressing, glorifying, strengthening with the help of various affixes - morphemes is very common in the Uzbek language as well as in other languages.
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