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Appositives

Identify the appositives in each sentence.

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The monkey, a nimble animal, is often found in the jungle. a nimble animal
Our neighbor and his daughters, Parvi and Sonya, take walks every evening. Parvi and Sonya
Before you trash BoBo, your last childhood stuffed animal, consider saving it. your last childhood stuffed animal
The coast of Africa, one of the world's largest continents, is a prosperous trading region. one of the world's largest continents
Dave Lewis, a teacher at Lawson, works with many aspiring musicians a teacher at Lawson
The flashlight should be returned to Mark, the owner. the owner
The giant plane, a Boeing 747, launched into the air. a Boeing 747
Our family visited The Smithsonian Institution, a vast network of galleries in Washington, D.C. a vast network of galleries in Washington, D.C.
The fastest animal, the peregrine falcon, can travel more than 100 miles per hour at certain times. the peregrine falcon
Mr. Sonntag hired two new teachers, Mr. Davies and Ms. Parker. Mr. Davies and Ms. Parker
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