Between Us Bilinguals: a fairly unbiased dissertation on monolingual and bilingual views on code-switching

The author describes code-switching as a natural and universal aspect of bilingual linguistic ability and states that the key to the full understanding of the phenomenon lies in the notion of 'language mode', a unique feature of bilingual competence. The expressed standpoint is illustrated and tested by means of a case study of proficient Polish-English bilinguals...

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About Ewa Niemiec

Ewa Niemiec is a graduate of Applied Linguistics faculty of the Warsaw University in Warsaw, Poland. She has traveled for work and voluntary projects to the United States, England and Italy for longer periods of time. As a travel professional she talks daily to people from all over Europe in English, Italian and Polish. Most of her customers are bilingual and represent various dialects, accents and levels of proficiency in the languages they use on a daily basis.

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