apposition

apposition

Point 36 in the category of  NOUNS is defined as:

two noun phrases together (in apposition) to refer to the same person or thing, usually separated by commas.


 

EXPERT EXAMPLES:

With the lack of competition due to COVID restrictions,

Moraga’s Campolindo High School senior, Daniel Zabronsky,

has been channelling his energy into teaching English to students in Colombia, South America.

 

Zabronsky’s eighth-grade sister, Isabel,

did her share of “tutoring” by speaking in English during visits to Colombia.

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Long open searches in iWeb are not possible, but we can start following the patterns in the EGP examples and remove some lines that are not apposition:

_NP1 , _A _NN _NN

2 LESLEY , THE HR KIOSK 198
3 IMF , THE WORLD BANK 194
4 ELIZABETH , THE QUEEN MOTHER 185
5 CPA , A TAX PREPARER 173
6 LLP , A LAW FIRM 103
7 JACE , THE MIND SCULPTOR 102

12 ADAMS , THE HEALTH RANGER 87
13 LLC , THE PARENT COMPANY 87
14 PATRICK , THE PATRON SAINT 77

16 GREEN , THE ANIMALS CHARITY 70

18 RA , THE SUN GOD 54

20 HIPAA , THE HEALTH INSURANCE 49

_NN2 , _NP1 _C _NP1

3 PARENTS , ADAM AND EVE 95
4 SONS , EPHRAIM AND MANASSEH 60
5 DAUGHTERS , SASHA AND MALIA 56
6 MOTORS , FORD AND CHRYSLER 53
7 DAUGHTERS , MALIA AND SASHA 53


A2:

company, god, health, mind, queen

B1:

charity, firm, law, tax

B2:

insurance, motors

C1:

saint

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