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sue, my neighbor usually plants her flowers in april.

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    wuts ur question?
    im thinking that u want to fix the statement:
    Sue, my neighbor usually plants her flowers in April.

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    If you are telling something to Sue, then Rylee's sentence is fine.

    If Sue and "neighbor" are the same person, then Rylee's sentence is not fine.

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    oh im sorry. then would it be:
    Sue my neighbor, usually plants her flowers in April.
    u would just adjust the comma.

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    No, Rylee. You need BOTH commas if "Sue" and "neighbor" were referring to the same person.

    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/phrases.htm#appositive

  • english - ,

    k so it would be:
    same person=

    Sue, my neighbor,usually plants her flowers in April.

    different=Sue, my neighbor usually plants her flowers in April.

    I was just confused what her question was since she didn't come to check again.

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