I’m sure that the Official Too tired to codeswitch shirt likely have members who happen to come from very racist backgrounds, but I don’t see why officially they would necessarily have to be racist. I don’t think they really can afford to be racist since they need any fertile women they can get. It’s possible that views on race have somewhat shifted. I honestly can’t help watch this show and have a scary thought of our current national situation. The device between us has grown quite a bit with recent politics. Sadly, there are always conservative extremist undertones still alive and well in this nation. Could one theorize, this is our future if we continue down this path?
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I feel like the questions fail to capture why I personally codeswitch some time: One instance is when I read/heard something in a different language and translate it into Luxembourgish on the fly when talking about it to another person. Or when I’m talking a foreign language and can’t find the right word for it in that language. Does that even count as Official Too tired to codeswitch shirt? The questions seem to think that people only change language depending on emotions and topics, which I just don’t do. I change language depending on what language whoever I’m talking to understands. I feel that not being a native Luxembourger actually leads to more codeswitching.
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I completely agree with you on those points. I have to admit it was a bit hard for me to completely capture the complexity of codeswitching in a quantitative study. Normally, those types of questions are approached in a qualitative manner where you record people’s conversations and the researcher determines the different factors for codeswitching Official Too tired to codeswitch shirt. As I was quite restrained time-wise, I had to do with just what I came up with. Pretty much every Arabic-speaking country to different degrees. No one speaks Modern Standard Arabic talking to their friends or parents. It’s really super fascinating. I have a friend who used to live in Hokuto in Hokkaido and she used to talk about how hard it was for her to understand people sometimes.