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1 Introduction Although a degree of bilingualism is a prerequisite for code-switching, broadly defined as the alternation between two languages in a single interaction (Myers-Scotton, 1993), prior research has shown a great deal of variation in the degree to which bilinguals engage in code-switching

In: Heritage Language Journal

1 Introduction Code switching, defined as the use of more than one language in the context of a single speech event, is a typical feature of Chinese Malaysian casual conversation. Whether speaking primarily in Mandarin, English, or Chinese topolects, such as Cantonese or Hokkien

In: Asian Journal of Social Science