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Appositive & Appositive Phrases

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Craig Green

on 25 October 2017

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Appositive & Appositive Phrases
Craig Green
Cynthia Poplin
Jenna Adame
Sabrina Latteri
Brittany Caserma

What is an appositive?
An appositive is a word placed after another word to explain or identify it. The appositive always appears after the word it explains or identifies. It is always a noun or a pronoun, and the word it explains is also a noun or pronoun.
Appositive Phrases
An appositive is a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun right beside it. The appositive can be a short or long combination of words.
1. What is an
appositive phrase

2. Make a sentence using an
appositive phrase
(2 sentences)

3. What is an

4. Make an
(2 sentences)
1. My Uncle,
a lawyer,
is coming to visit.

2. Our teacher,
Miss Robbins,
is very whacky!
Video Example
1. The insect
, a cockroach,
is crawling across the kitchen table.

2. The insect,
a large, hairy-legged cockroach that has spied my bowl of oatmeal,
is crawling across the kitchen table.
Appositive Sentences
Video Examples
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