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2014-06-20T09:33:49+05:30
An example of an appositive noun will make the phrase "appositive" sound much less intimidating. Appositives are used in everyday language all the time, in order to make a point more clear or to refer to an even more specific component of the noun.

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2014-06-20T10:45:54+05:30
Apposition is a grammaticle construction in which two elements, normally noun phrase are placed side by side, with one element serving to define or modify the other. When this device is used, the two elements are said to be in apposition. For example, in the phrase "my friend Alice", the name "Alice" is in apposition to "my friend".
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