Parts of speech

Interjections Definition and its Kinds with Examples

Interjections is an exclamation that expresses emotions Like happiness, angerdesperation, or sorrow, etc. it is a part of speech in English language.
Interjections is an exclamation that expresses emotions Like happiness, angerdesperation, or sorrow, etc. it is a part of speech in English language.

Interjections

An interjection is an exclamation that expresses emotions Like happiness, anger, shock, excitement, desperation, or sorrow, etc.

Interjections usually come at the beginning of a sentence and are followed by an exclamation mark.

Happy Interjections

  • Yes! I passed the exam.
  • Congratulations! I wish both of you a long and happy marriage.
  • Yum! The cake tastes terrific.
  • Hey (or hello)! How’s it going?
  • Happy Birthday! May you have many more.
  • Excellent! I am impressed with your work.
  • Hurray! We won the match.
  • Well done! We’re all very proud of you.
  • Thanks! I appreciate your support.
  • Superb (or amazing, etc.)! What a fine piece of art.
  • Wow! The sunset looks beautiful
  • Bravo! That was a great performance.
  • Great! We will all go to the lake for a picnic this   weekend then.

Astounding interjections

(Includes shock, desperation, anger, sorrow and excitement)

  • Oh no! The ship is sinking.
  • Watch out! The falcon is headed your way.
  • Stop! You just ran over a cat.
  • Oops! I think I ve dropped Bob’s engagement ring some­where.
  • Ouch! The ball just hit my mouth and broke my tooth.
  • Aha! I knew that I would find you hiding here.
  • Oh dear! George doesn’t look well at all.
  • Help! My hand is stuck in the door.
  • Damn! I wish I had the money to go to the concert.
  • Be quiet! This is a classroom, not a fish market.
  • Come on! Do you really expect me to believe that you only have one pair of shoes?
  • Goodness! Why has this road still not been   repaired?
  • At last! My turn has finally arrived.
  • Phew! That was a close call.
  • Goodbye! We’ll see you again next summer.
  • Interjections Kinds with Examples
  • Happy Interjections

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