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  • 600 BCE

    First uzbek speakers

    The first uzbek speakers seem that where 600-700 years BC
  • Period: 1400 to

    Formation of the Uzbek

    The language was protected by Mir Ali-Shir Nava'i in the 15th and 16th centuries. Nava'i was the biggest representative of Uzbek language literature in the world
  • Dissapearence of the Uzbek

    In the 19th century, it was not used for but in the end it disappeared in the 20th century.
  • Latin-Based alphabet

    A Latin-based alphabet was adopted.
  • Arabic script

    Uzbek, as well as other, central as she languages, was written in Arabic script until the late 1920s.
  • Latin script

    At first, Uzbek language had Arabic script, but in the 1940s it was switched into a Latin script before the Soviets introduced Cyrillic in 1950s
  • modified version of the Cyrillic alphabet

    Letters that were added to the Cyrillic alphabet to represent Uzbek sounds are normally listed at the end of the alphabet. Letters that are used only in borrowed words are given in parentheses.
  • Introduccion the official Latin-based alphabet

    The Latin-based alphabet was introduce to the population but the Cyrillic alphabet was still widespread. Some scholars didn,t agree with these change so the switch was not made at all