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In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mr. Murray, the Scoutmaster, likes to hike. Appositive: likes to hikeMr.
Murraythe Scoutmaster Noun or pronoun defined: Mr. Murraythe Scoutmasterlikes to hike Question #3MultipleChoice Score: An appositive explains or identifies: the verbthe noun or pronoun that follows itthe noun or pronoun that comes just before it Question #4TrueFalse Score: An appositive phrase never contains a subject and predicate. TrueFalse Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mother gave a birthday gift to Mary, my youngest sister. Appositive: my youngest sisterMaryMotherbirthday gift Noun or pronoun defined: birthday giftMotherMarymy youngest sister Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Charlotte's Web, the book by E.B. White, is widely read. Appositive: the book by E.B. Whitethe bookwidely readCharlotte's Web Noun or pronoun defined: the bookCharlotte's Webwidely readthe book by E.B. White Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. The student council president, a popular senior, led the parade. Appositive: a popular seniorled the paradeThe student council presidentthe parade Noun or pronoun defined: a popular seniorled the paradeThe student council presidentthe parade Question #8MultipleSelect Score: An appositive may be a ____ or ____ , and may include modifiers. nounverbpronounadjective Question #9TrueFalse Score: If an appositive is omitted from a sentence, it destroys the whole sentence. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: An appositive is set apart from the rest of the sentence with: italicscommasparentheses
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User: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. We often contribute to Habitat for Humanity, one of our favorite charities. Appositive: oneWeone of our favorite charitiesHabitat for Humanity Noun or pronoun defined: oneWeone of our favorite charitiesHabitat for Humanity

User: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mr. Murray, the Scoutmaster, likes to hike. Appositive: likes to hikeMr. Murraythe Scoutmaster Noun or pronoun defined: Mr. Murraythe Scoutmasterlikes to hike Question #3MultipleChoice Score: An appositive explains or identifies: the verbthe noun or pronoun that follows itthe noun or pronoun that comes just before it Question #4TrueFalse Score: An appositive phrase never contains a subject and predicate. TrueFalse Question #5TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mother gave a birthday gift to Mary, my youngest sister. Appositive: my youngest sisterMaryMotherbirthday gift Noun or pronoun defined: birthday giftMotherMarymy youngest sister Question #6TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Charlotte's Web, the book by E.B. White, is widely read. Appositive: the book by E.B. Whitethe bookwidely readCharlotte's Web Noun or pronoun defined: the bookCharlotte's Webwidely readthe book by E.B. White Question #7TextMultipleChoice Score: In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. The student council president, a popular senior, led the parade. Appositive: a popular seniorled the paradeThe student council presidentthe parade Noun or pronoun defined: a popular seniorled the paradeThe student council presidentthe parade Question #8MultipleSelect Score: An appositive may be a ____ or ____ , and may include modifiers. nounverbpronounadjective Question #9TrueFalse Score: If an appositive is omitted from a sentence, it destroys the whole sentence. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: An appositive is set apart from the rest of the sentence with: italicscommasparentheses

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In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive. Mr. Murray, the Scoutmaster, likes to hike. Appositive: likes to hikeMr. Murraythe Scoutmaster Noun or pronoun defined: Mr. Murraythe Scoutmasterlikes to hike
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