Which kind of phrase are the underlined words in the sentence?
I asked for a medium cup of orange juice.
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what words are underlined?
Oh lol "of orange juice" is underlined
C. It is an appositive phrase because it specifically modifies whats in the glass
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An appositive phrase is a noun renaming another noun right next to each other for example "My sister, a brat is wearing my sweater." brat is the appositive. So I do not see how that could be an appositive phrase ..?
Orange juice is a noun phrase that is directly next to the noun haha. It just doesnt have a comma
I understand lol its not the comma that I was talking about, but I will just go along. (Im paranoid about my "writing" or "english" )
yeah, as said, an appositive phrase is when you use a noun directly next to another noun to describe it ;)