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Have you ever been in the situation where you lost your keys and mobiles.

This is an adjective clause sentence. I am so confused as to what’s the difference between the adj. clause and the apposition clause.

In my opinion, in the situation is equal to where you lost your keys and mobiles. And if I modify the where to that, “Have you ever been in the situation that you lost your keys and mobiles.”. Would this sentence be a apposition clause? Is my expression wrong or correct?

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https://www.researchgate.net/post/Between_the_Relative_Clause_and_Apposition_in_NP

Adjective clause does the work of an adjective. Appositive clause, similarly, does the work of what it constitutes, like a noun or complement etc. Adjective clause itself can be an appositive clause too.

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  • thanks !i got it! – Puppy5235 Mar 4 at 8:48

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