Step 2 Practice with appositives Add an appositive to each sentence. 1.The truck sped down the highway. 2.The dog jumped wildly at the mailman. 3.Noticing the debris, the man crossed the street. 4.The building stood 200-feet high. 5.The bird flew across the sky. 6.Eating berries, the animal stopped to watch the passerby. 7.The flower smelled lovely. 8.The house looked haunted.
Number the finished sentence using an appositive as #3 on your paper. An appositive is a noun that follows another noun and refers to the same thing. It is set off with commas. Example: The truck, a 1970’s Chevy Silverado, broke down on the side of the road.
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