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An '''anaphoric pronoun''' is a [[pronoun]] used for [[anaphora]]. In [[English]], there are two groups of these; [[reflexive pronoun]]s (e.g. myself, yourself, himself, etc) and [[reciprocal pronoun]]s, e.g. "each other" and "one another".
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An '''anaphoric pronoun''' is a [[pronoun]] used for [[anaphora]].
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In [[English]], there are two groups pronouns that must be used anaphorically; [[reflexive pronoun]]s (e.g. myself, yourself, himself, etc) and [[reciprocal pronoun]]s, e.g. "each other" and "one another".  Other pronouns may be used anaphorically, cataphorically or exophorically.
  
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:05, 15 January 2020

An anaphoric pronoun is a pronoun used for anaphora.

In English, there are two groups pronouns that must be used anaphorically; reflexive pronouns (e.g. myself, yourself, himself, etc) and reciprocal pronouns, e.g. "each other" and "one another". Other pronouns may be used anaphorically, cataphorically or exophorically.