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Multilingual teams often include subgroups of members who share a native language different from the team's common language. Linguistic choices by members of these subgroups can have implications for information exchange at the team level. We reported a field study of language use in 3 multilingual teams, each of which consisted of some native English speakers (NS) and some non-native English speakers (NNS) who shared a native language with at least one other team member. We found that NNSdoi:10.1145/3025453.3025839 dblp:conf/chi/GaoF17 fatcat:t4u4urg375efxlemz5c2t32dcu