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What is the underlined word?
If it's "a favorable location," I'd go with appositive, as it's not really necessary to say that. Just more information
a favorable location.
Appositive Location, and wait for her to say which one is underlined so other people can answer
I'm not here to compete with people or anything. I'm here to give her the correct answer
Or at least try to
I know and i am not either... but other people cant earn medals when you are giving out the answer before people even get the question.
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. Look at these examples: The insect, a wingspanroach, is crawling across the kitchen table. Do you think it actually is appositive?
A wingspanroach would be the Appositive Phrase lol
mmhm. it wont let you say the c word. in c-roach. lol. I gave an example of an appositive phrase.
It can also add to a subject. Since we're stealing things that pop up on Google, Kate, "Joe, a gourmet, likes good meatballs." is an appositive. Joe isn't a noun, but rather the subject.
HAHAHAHA.... i just noticed that lol
Hahah. yeah. And Zedd, you're right! I gotcha now.
Had me worried for a second there like "Omg have I been messing her up this whole time?!"
Lol, I was thinking adjective because of "favorable" but its appositive.
I see how that can be confusing lol