This research investigates code switching used by the lecturer of Intermediate English Grammar. The objectives of this study were to (1) describe the types of code-switching used by the lecturer of Intermediate English Grammar in Universitas Sarjanawiyata Tamansiswa, (2) describe the functions of code switching used by the lecturer, and (3) find out the most dominant type of code switching used by the lecturer. The theories proposed by Poplack and Mattson and Burenhult about types of code switching and functions of code switching were employed to analyze the data collected from the lecturer?s utterances. This research was a qualitative descriptive and the analysis was conducted by using coding table to categorize the types and functions of code switching. The findings showed that the lecturer used tag code switching (7%), inter-sentential code switching (55%), intra-sentential (38%). Then, the functions used by lecturer were: topic switch (54%), affective function (33%), and repetitive function (13%). Therefore, the most dominant type that is found is inter-sentential code switching (55%). The most dominant function used by the lecturer was topic switch. It can be summarized the lecturer used code switching to dissociate the lecturer?s utterances, so the students could receive the learning materials without having any misinterpretation.
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