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INTERJECTION
Meaning of Interjections Uses of Interjection Words
USES OF INTERJECTION WORDS
Interjection - Parts of Speech
"Express emotions / feelings / surprise"

Interjection is a word, used to express some sudden emotions/feelings like surprise, joy, anger grief, wonder, fear, apology etc. They are usually followed by an exclamation mark. Interjections are no way connected grammatically with other parts of sentences.

These words or phrases can stand alone or be placed before or after a sentence. Many times an interjection is followed by a punctuation mark, often an exclamation point.

Common words used as Interjection are:

Aah! Ah! Aha! Ahh! Alas!
Aww! Bah! Bingo! Bosh! Bravo!
Dear! Eh! Er! Eww! Geez!
Hey! Hello! Hi! Hmm! Humph!
Hurrah! Oh! Ooh! Oomph! Oops!
Ouch! Pooh! Shh! Tut-tut! Uh!
Uh-huh! Uh-oh! Um! Umm! Whew!
Wow! Yay-yaay! Yeah! Yikes! Yippee!
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There are even group(s) & word(s) used as an interjection and they are-
(1) Shame, Shame
(2) Well done
(3) Good gracious
(4) God save me etc.
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Meaning of Interjections Uses of Interjection Words