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In the following sentence identify the appositive or appositive phrase and the noun or pronoun defined by the appositive.

Mother gave a birthday gift to Mary, my youngest sister.

Appositive/Appositive phrase:
Noun or pronoun defined:

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    I'll be happy to check what YOU THINK.

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    The Appositive phrase is: My youngest sister
    Noun defined is : Mary
    that's what I think.

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    Appositive Phrase: My youngest sister
    Noun renamed: Mary

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