Vocabulary and commas. Test on Friday Vocab. Usage Misplaced Modifiers Commas ALWG. 1 Perplexed: Completely baffled, very puzzled 2. Anguish: Severe mental or physical pain or suffering 3. Verandah: a broad open porch 4. Predicament: situation from which a person who cannot escape
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2. Anguish: Severe mental or physical pain or suffering
3. Verandah: a broad open porch
4. Predicament: situation from which a person who cannot escape
5. Leeway: The amount of freedom to move or act that is available.
7. Repatriate: a person who has been returned to his country of origin, or whose citizenship has been restored.
8. Envision: to imagine as a future possibility
9 . Compelled: forced or driven to do something
10 Reconcile to cause a person to accept or be resigned to something not desired
11 Dilapidated: reduced to or fallen into partial decay; a state of disrepair or ruin in bad condition
They don’t limit or define. They add something.
The dog, who had one leg, wobbled slowly down the sidewalk.
If the appositive is just additional information (i.e., you could remove it from the sentence without any loss of meaning), then it should be offset from the remainder of the sentence (usually with commas).
The speaker has many friends, which friend is he talking about? Thus no commas. Mo is essential to the meaning of the sentence.