Predicting the presence of a Matrix Language in code-switching

WS 2018 Barbara BullockWally Guzm{\'a}nJacqueline SerigosVivek SharathAlmeida Jacqueline Toribio

One language is often assumed to be dominant in code-switching but this assumption has not been empirically tested. We operationalize the matrix language (ML) at the level of the sentence, using three common definitions from linguistics... (read more)

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