ABSTRACT: This study aims to explore the teachers’ attitude towards code switching in terms of different psychological and sociological aspects. As a matter of fact, different social and linguistic backgrounds in bilingual classrooms shape code-switching. The current study is quantitative and uses closed ended questionnaire for the collection of data on the psychological and sociological aspects of code switching. The data was collected from a sample of 349 respondents selected randomly in order to participate in the current study. The findings reveal …….
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