cataphoric


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cataphoric

(kăt″ă-for′ĭk)
Pert. to cataphora or cataphoresis.
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The reference to exterior stresses (23) forms a cohesive tie with the cataphoric reference to exterior motives (24) in the opening sentence of paragraph 3.
In a way, Polish seems to shun cataphoric relations.
Yet, the aversion to cataphoric word orders can be considerably ameliorated when the pronoun is more deeply embedded in the subject, as in the English example (46b): (18)
Since only a topic can be coreferential with a cataphoric pronoun, it follows that the main clause in (22) contains two topics.
It then examines various aspects of interlanguage cohesion within the corpus as a whole, including reiteration, synonyms and near-synonyms, the behavior of the nominal group, and cataphoric reference.
The development of interlanguage texture encompasses the broad range of textual devices for achieving cohesion, including the use of reiteration, synonyms and near-synonyms, the behavior of the nominal group, and cataphoric reference.
Grammatically, the agent of the "seeing" - unattributed in paragraph 10 - has to be the Fathers, implicated in agency by the cataphoric reference "here too" in the very next sentence.
The following are two examples that illustrate the discourse deixis type in both anaphoric and cataphoric reference.
The most frequently found type of split turn (type A) are of the cataphoric type, as in (1'):
Although other poems in the novel refer explicitly to "ana," this poem more readily participates in the discourse of lyric poetry because of its pronominal reference and lack of antecedent or cataphoric full forms.
Finally, let us point out that in Wolof, there can be no cataphoric pronominal reference to a following thematized term (antitopic), as in the French mais je ne l'ai pas pris, ton stylo, lit.
This type of cataphoric "anticipatory grounding" opens up a pending connection in a yet-to-be completed structure (Gernsbacher 1990; Givon 1995a).