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Identify the appositive in the following sentence. She looked forward to her favorite activity, jogging on the beach, after she finished her work. She looked forward to her favorite activity jogging on the beach after she finished her work
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User: Identify the appositive in the following sentence. She looked forward to her favorite activity, jogging on the beach, after she finished her work. She looked forward to her favorite activity jogging on the beach after she finished her work

Weegy: The appositive is: jogging on the beach
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User: Identify the appositive in the following sentence. His mission, to climb Mt. McKinley, was yet to be accomplished. His mission to climb Mt. McKinley was yet to be accomplished

Weegy: "
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User: Identify the appositive in the following sentence. His mission, to climb Mt. McKinley, was yet to be accomplished. His mission to climb Mt. McKinley was yet to be accomplished

Weegy: The appositive in the sentence is "to climb Mt. McKinley"
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Asked 10/3/2012 9:14:33 PM
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True or false. A participle, a gerund, or an infinitive may be used as a noun substitute.
Weegy: True. A participle, a gerund, or an infinitive may be used as a noun substitute. User: True or false. The two infinitive functions are adjective and noun. (More)
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A participle, a gerund, or an infinitive may be used as a noun substitute. FALSE.
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The two infinitive functions are adjective and noun. TRUE.
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