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Underline the appositive or appositive phrase in each of the following sentences, and draw an arrow from the phrase to the word or words it identifies or describes.
Example 1. Pluto, , is about two-thirds the size of Earth’s moon.
In fact, it was discovered by Clyde Tombaugh, an amateur astronomer at the Lowell Observatory.
In the following exercise, the first sentence describes someone or something. Infer information from the first sentence, and then choose the word from the Word Bank that best completes the second sentence.
Just out of law school, the young lawyer strolled into her new firm like she owned the place, even calling the senior partners by their first names. From this sentence, we can infer that the lawyer has no shortage of _____.
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