anaphoric relation

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Noun1.anaphoric relation - the relation between an anaphor and its antecedent
grammatical relation - a linguistic relation established by grammar
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Below we represent the details of the anaphoric relation between the demonstratives and their antecedents.
Applying a discoursebased approach, Meurman-Solin shows that these relative clauses establish some sort of anaphoric relation with a chunk of preceding text.
I view these definitions as involving two distinct conceptions of the anaphoric relation involved here: in the first (definition I), the anaphor refers to an ENTITY--or more accurately, to the mental representation of an entity as evoked via the preceding discourse--that is already established in the addressee's discourse model: this is what would most commonly be called nowadays a discourse referent; but in the second conception (definition II), the relata involved are the antecedent (a co-occurring linguistic expression) and the anaphor.
I will focus on the two main coded relations in cleft constructions: the one expressed by the matrix clause and the anaphoric relation between the complement of the matrix clause and the relative clause.
From facts about (6) and (7), we can now assume that themselves, which has an anaphoric relation with a syntactically singular indefinite everybody (cf.
Cohesive anaphoric relations in French children's narratives as a function of mutual knowledge.
Finally, O'Connor and Klein (2004) examined the ability of students with ASD to identify anaphoric relations, that is, the referent of pronouns (e.g., to whom "he" refers in "Max likes to run.
Abe aims to construct a movement theory of anaphora according to which those anaphoric relations that are traditionally captured by rules of construal in the grammar are established instead by the operation Move and only by this means.
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).
Also, there was only sparse mention of the role of structurally-realized nominal or temporal antecedents, and little information about how the children dealt with these types of anaphoric relations.