Appositives

Appositives

Click the group of words that makes up the noun phrase which is describing another noun phrase.
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Select the words that is describing another noun phrase
Note: An appositive is a noun or noun phrase (noun or pronoun often with modifiers). It follows another noun or noun phrase right beside it, giving additional information about the noun.
Instructions:
1. Read the given sentence.
2. Figure out the noun or noun phrase that is giving additional information about the noun.
3. Click all the words that belong to the appositive.

Example: My room-mate Kelly is late today.
Answer:
My
room-mate
Kelly
is late today.
Tip: In the above example, the appositive is "Kelly". "Kelly" is a noun describing the noun phrase "My room-mate".