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This study aims to analyze the types of personal references found in the narrative discourse written by MBH Students in STIPAR TRIATMA JAYA. Reference is a situation where one element cannot be interpreted semantically unless it refers to another element in the text. References indicate positions between sections. So references function to connect parts between sentences in order to form a complete discourse. This research is a qualitative research with qualitative descriptive analysis techniques. The results showed that the most common references found were subjects reference totaling 170 pieces consisting of I, it, she, we, he and they. Furthermore, the reference in the form of a possessive adjective is 58. This form consists of my, their, our, his. The third reference is the object reference which shows 11 items consisting of them, it, him, us, me. There are no references in the form of possessive pronoun.
Keywords: naratiive discourse, cohesion, reference