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    exact antecedent of pronoun

    Hi!
    what is the Antecedent of the pronoun "those" in the following sentence?
    This chapter provides a framing for those which follow in paying particular attention to the context within which e-learning is becoming...
    is antecedent "chapter", or "people"?
    thanks very much

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    Re: exact antecedent of pronoun

    I don't see "people" in your sentence.

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    #3

    Re: exact antecedent of pronoun

    '... those which follow" = "... the chapters which follow".

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