The Use of Code Mixing In Pak Ndul's Video YouTube Channel
Keywords:Code Mixing Qualitative Approach Percentage
This research was to find out (1) types of code-mixing and (2) dominant code-mixing level on Pak Ndulâ€™s YouTube video channel. Findings of this research were divided into two parts â€“ types and levels of code-mixing. The types consist of outer and inner utterances revealing 40 and 38 of 51% and 49 % respectively. Regarding levels, the highest percentage of the code-mixing level categories is word level by 54 %, whereas baster and idiom level categories share the lowest percentage on 2.40 %.
Keywords: Code-mixing, Qualitative approach, Percentage
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