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by Maria Lourdes S Bautista

Author: Maria Lourdes S Bautista
Language: English
Publisher: Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University (1980)
Pages: 10 pages
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code switching code mixing discourse analysis Tagalog, English in the . Bautista, M. L. S. (1980). The Filipino bilingual’s linguistic competence: A model based on an analysis of Tagalog-English code switching.

code switching code mixing discourse analysis Tagalog, English in the Philippines. A model of bilingual competence based on an analysis of Tagalog-English code switching. Philippine Journal of linguistics, 8 (1), 51–89. (1979). Patterns of speaking in Pilipino radio dramas: A sociolinguistic analysis. Pacific Linguistics Series C-59. Canberra: Australian National University.

Tagalog-English code-switching is a widespread phenomenon in Metro Manila, used in oral communication . The Filipino bilingual's competence: A model based on an analysis of Tagalog-English code-switching.

Tagalog-English code-switching is a widespread phenomenon in Metro Manila, used in oral communication and increasingly even in informal written communication by young, well-educated Filipinos. This paper explores Tagalog-English code-switching as a possible source of Tagalog lexical items for a dictionary of Philippine English. Pacific Linguistics SeriesC-59. Canberra: The Australian National University.

Bautista, Maria Lourdes S. Publication, Distribution, et. Canberra, . Physical Description: vi, 386, 10 p. : ill. ;, 26 cm. Series Statement: Pacific linguistics. 2. Declarations of independence : American cinema and the partiality of independent production John Berra. ISBN: 9781841501857 ISBN: 1841501859 Author: Berra, John.

The Filipino bilingual's linguistic competence: A model based on an analysis of Tagalog-English code-switching. Pacific Linguistics Series C-No. English-Pilipino contact: A case study of reciprocal borrowing. In W. Viereck and . Budapest: Akademiai Kiado.

Maria Lourdes S. Bautista, Professor, Department of English and Applied . Bautista, Professor, Department of English and Applied Linguistics, De La Salle University-Manila. Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Dr. Bautista, Department of English and Applied Linguistics, De La Salle University-Manila, . Box 3819, Manila, Philippines. The unit of analysis was the sentence.

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