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Appositive Phrases

Jasmine Namata Aric Catimbang Jordan Walker
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Jasmine Namata

on 16 January 2013

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Aric Catimbang
Jasmine Namata
Jordan Walker Appositive Phrases What is it? Appositive Phrase: consists of the appositive and its modifiers which may themselves be phrases.

Appositive: a word (pronoun or noun) placed after another word (noun) to explain or identify it.
Phrases: a sequence of two or more words arranged in a grammatical construction and acting as a unit in a sentence. Examples from "Aint I A Women" Examples Equal Rights for Women And women that do not conform to the system, who try to break with the accepted patterns, are stigmatized as "odd" and "unfeminine." School Security Yes, many feel sorry for the lose of life, especially when it's the innocents, like children. Airforce The Marines are often the first to go into the line of battle and live by their motto, "Semper Fi", when they are gathering courage for the battle. School Budget Our school computers, like the Dell PCs, are very outdated even though we'll have a new school. Incorrect Use The insect with hairy legs, is crawling across the kitchen table.
Mia, was someone I could always trust and talk to. HSA Questions Identify the appositive phrases in each of the following sentences Basically its a sentence that contains a word to describe another word further My husband, a fine man, tolerates my grammatical tirades. Subject: My husband. Appositive: a fine man
The writer William Shakespeare wrote many plays. Subject: The writer. Appositive: William Shakespeare Then that little man, in the black there, he says women can't has as much as men. Subject: little man Appositive: in the black This shows that Sojourner Truth is pointing out the man who say women aren't as strong Punctuation The important point to remember is that a nonessential appositive is always separated from the rest of the sentence with comma(s).

When the appositive begins the sentence, it looks like this: A hot-tempered tennis player, Robbie charged the umpire and tried to crack the poor man's skull with a racket.

When the appositive interrupts the sentence, it looks like this: Robbie, a hot-tempered tennis player, charged the umpire and tried to crack the poor man's skull with a racket.

And when the appositive ends the sentence, it looks like this: Upset by the bad call, the crowd cheered Robbie, a hot-tempered tennis player who charged the umpire and tried to crack the poor man's skull with a racket. Why is this important? We feel its important because, it can expand your writing and give more detail to the sentence.

So if you were speaking it could be easily imagined. And vice versa if it were a piece of writing. See the difference?
The insect, a large cockroach with hairy legs, is crawling across the kitchen table.
An incredible patient girl, Mia, was someone I could always trust and talk to. The love of my life, Nicole, was my high school sweet heart and we've been together ever since then
A. The love of my life B. been together
C. high school sweet heart D. Nicole Albert Haas' book, "Blade" has been made into a prime time television show.
A. Albert Haas' B. "Blade"
C. television show D. prime time Shirley Chisholm did this to show, that women who try and be different, are said their not real "women" for wanting to be independent.
Which is a stupid and prejudice thing that had once existed. This was Jasmine's work to show so another side to the many aspects of gun control.
And how it can be a good think but can also be bad. This is Jordan's example and it shows how we're in a county that tends to do things that are more for the environment but don't totally help the students learn better. From Aric's work, he shows how Marines are dedicated members of the US military and use their motto, for inspiration. Examples in the Speeches Then that little man, in the black there, he says women can't has as much as men.
A. little man
B. in the black
C. much as men
D. says women can't Identify the subject from the previous example A. little man
B. in the black
C. much as men
D. says women can't Identify the appositive phrase.
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