AN ANALYSIS OF CODE MIXING IN NOVEL HAPPILY EVER AFTER BY WINNA EFENDI
Code mixing is the practice of using many languages on the same topic. When a speaker uses two or more languages, they are said to be code mixing when they consistently use language elements from one language in the other. Indonesians may therefore speak multiple languages, particularly Indonesian and English. It occurs in both verbal and written communication. It can be found both in spoken and written form. Speaking it aloud can be heard at lectures, radio shows, and television shows. Code mixing in writing is such as in newspapers, magazines, tabloids, articles, novels, and other literary works. This research focuses on the novel entitled Happily Ever After by Winna Efendi. The purpose of this research is to find the code-mixing types and the dominantly code mixing used in the novel. This research used content analysis and analyzed qualitatively. The result from this research shows that there is one hundred and eighty-nine total of code mixing; one hundred and sixty-six Insertion, four Alternation, and nineteen Congruent Lexicalization. The dominantly used code mixing is Insertion because there are lexical needs that are mostly shorter or words.