Does the following sentence have an antecedent? If so, where?: We borrowed an atlas to find out where Tasmania is, but we could not find it anywhere.
Gobbledygook, either Atlas or Tasmania!
Antecedent pronoun means, you have a noun previously that refers.
In your writing a conventional reader might think you referred either Atlas or Tasmania.
In this situation it had better write---,but we could not find Tasmania in the Atlas' anywhere.
Usage pronoun correctly somewhere is not a child play. Many good writers might not be articulate to use them correctly.
It had better read Cliffs TOEFL preparation books' grammar chapter to understand more.