“Куэссь не получается сāмас, рyшас полегче” – codeswitching on the Kola Peninsula
AbstractThis paper examines a number of examples of codeswitching between Kildin Saami and Russian on the Kola Peninsula, and tries to explain their possible discourse-related meanings in the light of existing theories on codeswitching.
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