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Identify the appositive phrase. My dog, a German shepherd, is very well-trained. My dog a German shepherd is very well-trained no appositive
"My dog" is the subject, and "a German Shepherd" is an appositive. [smile]
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User: Identify the appositive phrase. My dog, a German shepherd, is very well-trained. My dog a German shepherd is very well-trained no appositive

Weegy: "My dog" is the subject, and "a German Shepherd" is an appositive. [smile]
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User: Locate the complete verbal phrase and identify its type. He stood on tiptoe to see the parade.

Weegy: He stood on tiptoe to see the parade. 'to see the parade' - 'to see' is an infinitive
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User: Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. I stayed late to attend a club meeting after school.

Weegy: I stayed late to attend a club meeting after school. Prepositional Phrase: After school; Use: Adverb.
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User: Locate the complete gerund or infinitive phrase and identify its use. Her motive was to keep peace in the family.

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