Tuesday, June 19, 2012


An interjection is a word or group of words used to express strong feeling. It can be an actual word or merely a sound and is followed by an exclamation mark (!) or a comma.
Unlike all the other parts of speech, the interjection is not linked in any way to any other word in the sentence.
Following are some examples of interjections:
Wow! Oh!
Oh, no! Ouch!
Never! Fabulous!
Fantastic! Ah!
No! Wow!

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