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An appositive is set off by commas and directly follows the noun it renames.
For example: Mrs. Edwards, our English teacher, told us our first essay needs to be a minimum of 1200 words.
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I like to watch my baby brother, Wyatt, dance a jig.
Lacey, my best friend, has a golden horn.
I travelled to South Carolina to visit my incarcerated Uncle Roy, a jewelry thief.
When I eat dessert, vanilla cake with chocolate frosting, I have to exercise more.
Medusa, that snake-haired Greek monster, turns those who look at her to stone.
Jonathan, my cousin, trick-or-treated dressed as his sports idol, a football player named Nick who wears a blue jersey.
Samantha, ballerina in the pink tutu, is quite clumsy.
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