Code-Mixing and Code-Switching of Indonesian Celebrities: A Comparative Study

Authors

  • Nana Yuliana English Literature, Faculty of Letters, Nasional University Jln. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta Selatan 12520
  • Amelia Rosa Luziana English Literature, Faculty of Letters, Nasional University Jln. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta Selatan 12520
  • Pininto Sarwendah English Literature, Faculty of Letters, Nasional University Jln. Sawo Manila No. 61, Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta Selatan 12520

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21512/lc.v9i1.761

Keywords:

code-mixing, code-switching, Indonesian celebrities

Abstract

Foreign language skill presents a language variety called code-mixing and code-switching. The purpose of this study was to get some information to identify the types of code mixing and code switching frequently used by Indonesian celebrities. The study was divided into two groups. Group I was inclusive of the celebrities with native speakers parents and Group II comprised celebrities capable of speaking two or more languages. The qualitative and quantitative methods were used to analyze the code mixing and code switching with different frequency. It can be concluded that Group II use code-mixing and code-switching with a different frequency and speak foreign language more active.

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