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Last year, Jacq's MIFSA worker suggested it would be a good idea to update Jacq's diagnosis, and Polly was key in getting us to appointments with the recommended psychologist, Dr Christine Jamieson; who then referred us to neurologist, Dr Patricia Kent.


Grammerly suggests "The appositive “Jacq's MIFSA worker” may require commas. Consider putting a comma on either side of this appositive. I don't think that “Jacq's MIFSA worker” IS an appositive.  I am confused!

asked Feb 01 '14 at 05:41 Jacq Felis New member

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