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Which of the following sentences containing an appositive phrase is punctuated correctly?
Mr. Jones, the man who lives next door to us, is taking care of our dog while we are on vacation.
Mr. Jones, the man who lives next door to us is taking care of our dog while we are on vacation.
Mr. Jones the man who lives next door to us is taking care of our dog while we are on vacation.
Mr. Jones the man who lives next door to us, is taking care of our dog while we are on vacation.

I believe the answer is number 1, "Mr. Jones, the man who lives next door to us, is taking care of our dog while we are on vacation. ".

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