anonymous
  • anonymous
Which kind of phrase are the underlined words in the sentence? Mr. Gonzalez bought a gas station near the highway, a favorable location. A. appositive phrase B. adverb phrase C. adjective phrase
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katieb
  • katieb
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ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
What is the underlined word?
anonymous
  • anonymous
If it's "a favorable location," I'd go with appositive, as it's not really necessary to say that. Just more information
anonymous
  • anonymous
a favorable location.

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BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
Appositive Location, and wait for her to say which one is underlined so other people can answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not here to compete with people or anything. I'm here to give her the correct answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Or at least try to
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
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.
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
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?
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
A wingspanroach would be the Appositive Phrase lol
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
mmhm. it wont let you say the c word. in c-roach. lol. I gave an example of an appositive phrase.
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
wingspanroach
anonymous
  • anonymous
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.
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
HAHAHAHA.... i just noticed that lol
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
Hahah. yeah. And Zedd, you're right! I gotcha now.
BishopPatton
  • BishopPatton
ya
anonymous
  • anonymous
Had me worried for a second there like "Omg have I been messing her up this whole time?!"
ayeeeitskateee
  • ayeeeitskateee
Lol, I was thinking adjective because of "favorable" but its appositive.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I see how that can be confusing lol

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