cataphoric


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Related to cataphoric: exophoric, anaphoric

cataphoric

(kăt″ă-for′ĭk)
Pert. to cataphora or cataphoresis.
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Cross--linguistic influence in the interpretation of anaphoric and cataphoric pronouns in English--Italian bilingual children.
Table 2 shows that there are 15 instances of cataphoric deduction, in which 10 relate to the lexical level in subtitles and 5 the clausal level; and 20 instances of anaphoric deduction, in which 18 concern the lexical level in subtitles and 2 the clausal level.
The referent of the personal pronoun (he) in the sentence is "Kivanc" and coherence is structurally established with a cataphoric connection.
These are Exophoric, Anaphoric, and Cataphoric (Halliday; Matthiessen.2004)
Indeed, such adjectives may almost function as a cataphoric reference to the diminutive form.
More cohesive ties emerge as the essay's argument develops through a series of synonymous inflections such as acts of violence (5), followed by the cataphoric reference to violent behaviors (6).
Haiman & Munro 1983: ix) I propose three ways in which SwAt markers help the hearer: they are explicit markers of 1) discourse cohesion, 2) information packaging, and 3) discourse deixis (usually cataphoric).
The gap that keeps opening in The Third Policeman between anaphoric and cataphoric reference (anaphoric: a phrase that draws meaning from other references within a text; cataphoric: a meaning yet to be identified within the text) continually denies the reader grounding within the text or even beyond it.
Endophoric relations are also of two types, those which look back in the text for their interpretation (anaphoric relations) and those which look forward to the text for their interpretation (cataphoric relations).