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Appositives and Appositive phrases

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Alicia Barnicoat

on 19 September 2012

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Appositives and Appositive phrases An appositive is a noun or a noun phrase that describes another noun . Appositive phrase is a noun, pronoun or a noun
phrase that gives more detail to a subject. Negative appositives are an appositive phrase that begins with a word such as not, never or rather than. An appositive is basically a word placed after another word to explain or identify it. Example: My bus, number 41, is taking that class to the museum. An appositive phrase is a phrase that describes the subject of the sentence more effectively.
Negative appositives are appositive phrases that begin with a negative such as not, never, or rather than.

Example: That nurse, rather than Martha, is a very good helper. Example: My grandmothers dog, the one with the missing leg, saved a little kid from drowning. HOMEWORK :D pg. 121 Exercise A 2-10 evens
pg. 124 Exercise B 1-9 odds
Write two negative appostives on your own. Examples:
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