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According to Fabian, Swahili was introduced in Katanga for political reasons. He thus argues for a completely different process of development for Shaba Swahili (1986a and 1986b). On the one hand the promotion of Swahili fits in with the political power relations at that time, and it was seen as a way of creating a greater distance between the Congo and the southern British colonies. The latter constituted a danger because of their interests in the rich province of Katanga. On the other hand the introduction of Swahili was also thought to be very convenient for the creation of a stable work climate.

All this comes down to the elaboration of the person's speech repertoire: in this case whether he has a good knowledge of French. The person in question is a student at the university, who therefore has to deal with French daily. Courses are given in French, the literature is in French and studying at the university already implies a certain training in the language during the greater part of primary education and throughout secondary school. The woman who speaks in the colloquial mixed code does not have this background and adds considerably less French instances in the conversation.

Contrary to the semantic choices which are integrated in a natural, self-evident manner and recur systematically, the intentional, planned choices are characterised by one single ad hoc appearance. ) Example (20) confirms this conclusion: the nominal elliptic form we deal with here has been introduced into the discourse on an ad hoc basis. It only gets its meaning from the explanation which follows, and it is thus a case of intra-discourse convention, not established in the form of a stable loan word.

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