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• They are included in a sentence . • Sometimes expressed as a single word or non-sentence phrase. Definition .typically placed at the beginning of a sentence . disgust. followed by a punctuation mark.• An interjection or exclamation is a word used to express an emotion or sentiment on the part of the speaker. express a sentiment such as surprise. excitement or enthusiasm.

. other than to convey your feelings. but not always.Use of Interjection • Do not serve a formal grammatical role in a sentence. offset by an exclamation point (which is also used to show emotion). • Rarely used in academic or formal writing. but are common in fiction or artistic writing. • They are usually.

whereas. .Hot Tip • An interjection can be followed by either a comma or an exclamation mark. I'm not going tomorrow night. an exclamation mark is used for a more abrupt display of surprise. A comma is used for a mild interjection. emotion or deep feeling.  Hey! Get off that floor!  Hurry! The bus is about to leave!  No.

Examples • examples of interjection • Grammar Rock Interjection .

Ah!. I guess you can have my soup. Ugh! 8. Aha! 4. Wow!. Eek! 5. ________ What a cute kitten. Ouch! 3. Ah! 7. ________ That hurts. Oops! . ________ The bus left. Oops!. ________. Hey!. Ouch!. Wow! 9. Hey! 2. ________ I slipped. ________ I think I’ll go. ________ I lost my pencil.• Exercise Fill in the blanks with correct INTERJECTIONS Eek!. Oh!. Well. Aha!. ________ I hate rats. Well. ________ He stole my watch. ________ How exciting. 10. Oh! 6. Ugh! 1.

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