Codeswitching by tertiary level teachers of business English: A Vietnamese perspective
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This study examines the codeswitching (CS) practice of Vietnamese teachers in content-based tertiary level Business English classes, the teachers' accounts of and their students' perceptions of this behaviour. The study found that CS did occur in the observed classes and served particular purposes. The teachers indicated their support for this practice in their teaching. The students reported overwhelmingly positive perceptions of this behaviour, although they suggested that this practice should be balanced.
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