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samalami

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PLEASEEEE HELP Each sentence contains an appositive phrase. Determine whether the appositive phrase is essential or non-essential. Mark the sentence that punctuates the appositive phrase correctly. 1. A.) Edward P. Weston a long-distance walker, lived in New England in 1860. B.) Edward P. Weston, a long-distance walker, lived in New England in 1860 2. A.)Weston’s first walk a 478-mile journey was from Boston to Washington. B.)Weston’s first walk, a 478-mile journey, was from Boston to Washington. 3. A.)This trip, the result of an election bet, took ten days. B.)This trip the re

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  1. Channi
    • 3 years ago
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    I'm not entirely sure but I believe you separate appositive phrases with commas. Which would mean the answers would be B, B, A.

  2. texaschic101
    • 3 years ago
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    essential appositive phrases do not have a comma, but non-essential are separated with a comma. 1. B (non-essential appositive phrase) 2. B (non-essential appositive phrase) 3. A (non-essential appositive phrase)

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