Code-Mixing and Code-Switching
Learner code-switching versus English only
World Englishes, Code-Switching, and Convergence
Code-switching in a Turkish secondary school
Hinglish: code-switching in Indian English
Code-switching in English of the Middle Ages
In the Contact Zone: Code-switching Strategies by Latinola Writers
Bilingualism in Cicero? The Evidence of Code-Switching
Code Switching and Inverse Imitation among Marijuana‐using Crack Sellers
Language Choice and Code Switching in German-Based Diasporic Web Forums
Transcriptome-wide expansion of non-coding regulatory switches: evidence from co-occurrence of Alu exonization, antisense and editing
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1. (sociolinguistics) Bilingual speakers shifting from one language to another.
2. More rarely, monolingual speakers switching between discourse types.
3. (semiotics) Switching between subcodes in any sign system.
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