Noun in apposition


Are these sentences correct and do they have the same meaning?

It is Barbara that I bought the land from.

It is from Barbara that I bought the land.

Is this what is called "Noun in Apposition"?

asked Sep 09 '12 at 07:14 Z. A. Jazley Expert

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