10 sentences of interjection, definition and example sentences
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The words or groups of words that come out of the mouth with the effect of various emotions that appear suddenly and enable to explain the said emotion more effectively are called interjections.
Interjections can consist of words that describe emotions such as “joy, enthusiasm, surprise, fear, anger, sadness, pity” that appear out of nowhere, as well as words that have meanings such as “order, call, address, wish, threat” and words that reflect the sounds of nature.
Despite the fact that interjections are one of the conventional components of speech, they are not related to the sentence from a grammatical standpoint. The use of interjections is quite widespread in spoken English, but they can also be found in written English. Knowing the many types of interjections, and also how to punctuate them, can assist you in effectively employing them.
10 sentences of interjection
1.Oops! I forgot my book at home.
2.Oh, it’s all up to me again!
3.Hey, give me some tea too!
4.Oh, what beautiful weather this is!
5.Hush, listen to me!
6.Brr, the house is freezing!
7.Yuck, I don’t like that fruit.
8.Bingo! That is the correct answer.
9.Lord! What have you done?
10.Uh, oh I think I made a mistake.