Cataphora and anaphora are the two main types of endophora–that is, reference to an item within the text itself. Anaphora cataphora, endophora. Cohesive ties – typology. Reading: Dušková, L. Studies in the English Language. Part 2. Praha: Karolinum, Chapter Anaphora and Cataphora. LG. Loreto Garrido. Updated 10 November Transcript. This is what Fabian said. That all men were created equally.
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This page was last edited on 3 Julyat Examples of anaphora in the narrow sense and cataphora are given next. Volume 20, Issue 1 Pp. Both effects together are called either anaphora broad sense or less ambiguously, along with self-reference they comprise the category of endophora.
Any time a given expression e. In this narrow sense, anaphora stands in contrast to cataphorawhich sees the act of referring forward in a dialog or text, or pointing to the right in languages that are written from left to right: It can build suspense and provide a description.
But in 2they absolutely cannot! Newer ] [ Older. Homophoric reference occurs when a generic phrase obtains a specific meaning through knowledge of its context. This is the reverse of the more normal pattern, “strict” anaphora, where a referring expression such as John or the soldier appears before any pronouns that reference it.
A, B, C, D. When he arrived home, John went to sleep. Although 1 and 2 can both be said of a situation in which one person is studying hard to take the test for another person, only in 1 can both the studier and the person who should be taking the test can be one in the same.
Figures of speech Pragmatics Semantics. Crucially, these types of words must corefer with another thing in the sentence, and the things available for coreference are limited.
The use of the term anaphor in this narrow sense is unique to generative grammar, and in particular, to the traditional binding theory.
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Strict cross-sentence cataphora where the antecedent is an entire sentence is fairly common cross-linguistically:. Usually, an anaphoric expression is a proform or some other kind of deictic contextually-dependent expression.
P Before we get too far, there are limits to what anaphors can refer to. Notes pestilentialone liked this.
And then you have 3. Corpus linguistics at work. After he had received his orders, the soldier left the barracks. Journal of Semantics, 20, 73— The term anaphor is used in a special way in the generative grammar tradition of Chomsky and his followers.
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A Linguistic Analysis of Hypertexts. Psychological studies of quantifiers. Contrastingly, example b has they seeming to refer to the children who are not eating ice-cream:. Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics. Retrieved 28 July There are many theories that attempt to prove how anaphors are related and trace back to their anaphoa, with centering theory Grosz, Joshi, and Weinstein being one of them. Views Read Edit View history.
In the theory, there are different types of centers: Binding linguistics and Government and binding theory. The Case of The Others”. The second thing to notice is that the following two sentences have different coreference properties:. Strict cross-sentence cataphora where the antecedent is an entire sentence is fairly common cross-linguistically: In a broad sense, it denotes the act of referring. In a second, narrower sense, the term anaphora denotes the act of referring backwards in a dialog or text, such as referring to the left when an anaphor points to its left toward its antecedent in languages that are written from left to right.
Anaphora is an important concept for different reasons and on different levels: In its narrower definition, an anaphoric pronoun must refer to some noun phrase that has already been introduced into the discourse.
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A further distinction is drawn between endophoric and exophoric reference. Deictic proforms are stereotypical exophors, e. Corpus-based and computational approaches to discourse anaphora. This anaphoga what I believe: If you want somehere’s some parmesan cheese.
Retrieved 19 May A Resource Book for Students: In this respect, anaphors reflexive and reciprocal pronouns behave very differently from, for instance, personal pronouns.