- An interjection is a short word or phrase that shows sudden feeling or emotion.
- An interjection is a word that is used to express some sudden feelings.
- Interjections are frequently followed by an exclamation mark (!) which itself is used to express emotion.
Go here > Go there!
Hurrah! I have won a prize.
Alas! She is dead
Interjection may express:
1. Joy: Hurrah! Huzzah! Wao!
2. Grief: Alas! Ah! Oh!
3. Surprise: Ha! What! Well!
4. Approval: Bravo! Great! Well done!
5. Order: Hold! Quick! Ready!
1. Hello! What are you doing here?
2. Alas! My friend has died.
3. Hurrah! We have won the match.
4. Ah! Has she gone?
5. Oh! I got such a surprise.
6. Hush! Don`t say a word.
Certain groups of words are also used as interjections;
1. Ah me!
2. For shame!
3. Good heavens!
4. Good gracious!
Some adjectives are also used as interjections;
1. Great! You have done a good job.
2. Nice! You played well.
3. Good! We can use it.
4. Sweet! It looks so cute.
Some nouns are also used as interjections;
1. Congratulations! You have passed the exams.
2. Man! What have you done?