Mastering Uzbek will take from you 1100 hours or 44 weeks in a class according to FSI. Difficulty category for mastering it is evaluated 2 point.
Learning Czech might seem like a overwhelming thing to do. FSI has concluded that it takes 1100 hours or 44 weeks in a class to learn the language. The difficulty point is 2.
You will most likely find people, who speaks Uzbek in Uzbekistan, Central Asian countries, North America, Australia, and Europe.
Number of native speakers is about 21,300,000.
Number of fluent speakers is about 24,000,000. The biggest country in which Uzbek is used as a native language is Uzbekistan.
Native speakers of Czech are mostly from Czech Republic and are about 9,200,000 people.
Czech are spoken fluently by 9,500,000 people.
The language is spoken in Czech Republic, Austria, Bulgaria, Canada, Israel, Poland, Romania, CzechRepublicMap mapSlovakia, Ukraine, and USA.
Uzbek came from Turkic branch of the Altaic language family.
West Slavic group of the Slavic branch of the Indo-European language family is the origin of Czech language.