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Unformatted text preview: 1) Repetitive Codeswitching in commands: i ) rtukun. rgarana. rtukun . 'Let her alone. She better not cry. Let her alone.' Lusim em ! 'Let her alone!' ii) Kisim buai bilong mi ikam. Harim ah? 'Bring my betel nut. Do you hear?' an minjik kukuwe! Kakat! 'Bring my betel nut! Hurry up! 2) Repetitive Codeswitching to show emphatic agreement: A: i no gutpela 'that's not good' B gon wakar 'it's not good' A: rabis 'rubbish' B sup waspwa ayar 'really bad' 3) Repetitive codeswitching for its own sake: Mi bai go nau. 'I'm going to go now'. a nda k ntana 'I'm going to go now' Codeswitching in denials and contradictions: A: Minjik ana? anana minijik ana?! 'Where's my betel nut? Where's my betel nut?!' B: Mi no save long minjik bilong yu! 'I don't know about your betel nut !' Codeswitching to create and highlight dramatic contrasts: A: Yu, n ambin\n , a nkut ainda? Wasnt\a mbta, nr kiwk, a kakun , nau mi stap nau. Mi nogat sik moa. Nau mi stap olgeta, mi wimin taim. nogat sik moa....
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