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Code switching, the use of more than one language in discourse, has become habitual in multilingual Malaysia and is constantly used not only in various domains but also in both formal and informal contexts. This widespread use of code switching in real time interactions is also reflected in movies. This paper examines the occurrence of code switching in the well-known Malaysian movie Sepet. The patterns and functions of code switching will be analysed using Myers Scotton's (1993) Matrixfatcat:gsaol4sb6zhi7dk5nrduj6phhu