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In Lee Hsien Loong's facebook, he says:

Teachers’ Day today is the first that preschool teachers and early educators get to celebrate. It is an overdue show of our appreciation, but one well deserved. Happy Teachers’ Day, and I hope you have a good break!
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Is 'preschool teachers and early educators get to celebrate' an appositive to 'the first'?
Or is it an adjective clause modifying 'the first'?

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I wonder whether I shoud use 'the' in 'In Lee Hsien Loong's facebook', ie 'In the Lee Hsien Loong's facebook'.

Would you be so kind as to help me?
Thanks!

PS I also posted the same question on https://goo.gl/S6geds , but all of your answers are unique to me. Hope we can discuss with each other. Thank you.

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kadioguy1.Is 'preschool teachers and early educators get to celebrate' an appositive to 'the first'?Or is it an adjective clause modifying 'the first'?

It is adjectival.

kadioguy2.I wonder whether I should use 'the' in 'In Lee Hsien Loong's Facebook', ie 'In the Lee Hsien Loong's facebook'.

No 'the', but you must capitalize 'Facebook'.

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Mister MicawberIt is adjectival.

Does it mean this?

'preschool teachers and early educators get to celebrate the first'

Thank you for help.

kadioguyDoes it mean this?'preschool teachers and early educators get to celebrate the first'

Yes.