anonymous
  • anonymous
help plz Mike, an architect, won the commission for the new office building. Which of these correctly identifies the appositive in the sentence? Mike an architect the commission office
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anonymous
  • anonymous
im terrible with appositived
anonymous
  • anonymous
Appositive is used to replaced a noun.. for example "The insect, a spider, crawls under my bed". The appositive here is "a spider" .
anonymous
  • anonymous
not really replace, sorry about my wording. I mean rename not replace. So from the example i gave above, which do you think is the appositive in your sentence?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
an architect?
anonymous
  • anonymous
right :) it renames Mike
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks :)

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