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Select the sentence which contains an appositive. A.Sam, our cat, is too lazy to catch mice. B.I think, dear friends, that the time has come to say goodbye. C.I think you have done good work here, Jeremy.
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User: Select the sentence which contains an appositive. A.Sam, our cat, is too lazy to catch mice. B.I think, dear friends, that the time has come to say goodbye. C.I think you have done good work here, Jeremy.





Weegy: A.Sam, our cat, is too lazy to catch mice. contains an appositive.
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User: Correctly identify the type of sentence below. The boy had to catch the nine o'clock train. A.simple B.inverted C.compound D.complex

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