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Code mixing is a state of language use by speakers by mixing two (or more) languages in one speech without any cause for the mixture of languages. One of these codes mixes in the communication process of Thai University students at Jember when using Indonesian. Code interfering events occur when used as communication tools and adaptation tools, interact daily and in the learning process. This study uses a qualitative descriptive method using a sociolinguistic approach. The data in this studydoi:10.19184/semiotika.v20i2.11584 fatcat:mbto2xggbzfsdprx3uy5u4zcky