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Past Indefinite Tense

Literary languageTashkent dialectEnglish
dedimdidimI said
dedingdidingYou said (informal)
dedingizdidizYou said (formal)
dedididiHe/she said (informal)
dedilardidilaHe/she said (formal)
dedikdiduvWe said
dedinglardidiylaYou said
deyishdidiyishtiThey said

Past Perfect tense

Literary languageTashkent dialectEnglish
deganmandigammanI have said
degansandigansanYou have said (informal)
degansizdigansisYou have said (formal)
degandiganHe/she has said (informal)
deganlardigallaHe/she has said (formal)
deganmizdigammizaWe have said
degansizlardigansilaYou have said
deyishgandiyishkanThey have said

Present tense

Literary languageTashkent dialectEnglish
o’qiyapmano’qivommanI am reading
o’qiyapsano’qivossanYou are reading
o’qiyapsizo’qivossisYou are reading
o’qiyaptio’qivottiHe/she is reading
o’qiyaptilaro’qivottilaHe/she is reading
o’qiyapmizo’qivommizaWe are reading
o’qiyapsizlaro’qivossilaYou are reading
o’qishyaptio’qishvottiThey are reading

Present-Future tense

  • After consonants: =adi
Literary languageTashkent dialectEnglish
gaplashamangaplashamanI talk/will talk
gaplashasangaplashasanYou talk/will talk
gaplashasizgaplashasYou talk/will talk
gaplashadigaplashadiHe/she talk/will talk
gaplashadilargaplashallaHe/she talk/will talk
gaplashamizgaplashamizaWe talk/will talk
gaplashasizlargaplashasilaYou talk/will talk
gaplashishadigaplashishadiThey talk/will talk
  • After vowels: =ydi
Literary languageTashkent dialectEnglish
sanaymansaniymanI count/will count
sanaysansaniysanYou count/will count
sanaysizsaniysisYou count/will count
sanaydisaniydiHe/she counts/will count
sanaydilarsanillaHe/she counts/will count
sanaymizsaniymizaWe count/will count
sanaysizlarsaniysilaYou count/will count
sanashadisanashadiThey count/will count
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