Sent, interrupter, ence
Pg. 391 in Writer’s Choice book
“Interrupter”- an appositive
An appositive is a noun that is placed next to
another noun to identify it or add information
about it. An appositive phrase is a group of
words that includes an appositive.
Commas are used if the information is not
needed to clarify who the person is and if it is
more than one word.
Mrs. Rousey, an English teacher, loves to read.
After a hard day at work, the business man Steve
sat down and watched tv.
We love to go to Colorado, our favorite vacation
spot, to ski.
Staci lived in Florida, the sunshine state, all her