Joining with Noun in Apposition
Sentences that contain more than one Noun are joined by Apposition. Apposition means side position.
Rules for joining with noun in apposition:
To write the original noun first, you have to write the next noun with a comma.
Example of joining with noun in apposition:
# Ram is the best boy. He reads in class five.
Ram, the best boy reads in class five.
Notice in the example Ram, the best boy, class five these are Nouns. Ram is the original noun, then the second noun is written with a comma and the rest is joined. Look at the examples below and hopefully, you will understand very easily.
More Examples of joining with noun in apposition:
# Rabindranath was a great poet. He wrote the Gitanjali.
Rabindranath, a great poet wrote the Gitanjali.
# Jatinbabu is a teacher in a local school. He is a bachelor.
Jatibabu, a bachelor is a teacher in a local school.
# Sachin Tendulkar is a player of India. He is a cricketer of magical skill.
Sachin Tendulkar, a cricketer of magical skill is a player of India.
Some important links related Transformation and Joining/synthesis of sentences
Click here to read about Joining of sentences using Present Participle
Joining of sentences using perfect participle
Click here to read Joining with Past Participle
To read transformation of sentences [Assertive and Interrogative], click here.
Transformation of sentences [ Affirmative to Negative], click here.
To read transformation of sentences [Assertive to Exclamatory]
To read transformation of sentences [ Imperative to Assertive ], click here.
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