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Nota Bene offers accurate and timely translations from/into Uzbek of any complexity and scope in various specialist fields.

The Uzbek language is a Turkic language and is the official language of Uzbekistan. Uzbek is one of the most widespread of the Turkic languages.

Estimates of the number of native speakers of Uzbek range from 21 million to 25 million people, most of whom live in Uzbekistan. Uzbek is also spoken in Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Afghanistan and Turkmenistan.

The many dialects of Uzbek can be conventionally split into two groups based upon the contrasting “okanye” (a merging of the unstressed /a/ and /o/ sounds) and “akanye” (a distinctive pronunciation of the /a/ sound in an unstressed position). The former group includes the dialects of Tashkent, Samarkand and Bukhara, and it is this group that served as the basis for modern literary Uzbek.

Uzbek used the Arabic script prior to 1927 and the Latin alphabet between 1927 and 1940, changing to the Cyrillic script in 1940.

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