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INTERJECTIONS. Online Grammar Remediation Maine South English Department Created by Jason Marsicano & Megan Palm, 2007. Interjections. express strong emotion ; followed by an exclamation point Ex: Oh! Hey! Wow! Eureka! express mild emotion ; followed by a comma Ex: Well, Alas,.

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INTERJECTIONS

Online Grammar Remediation

Maine South English Department

Created by Jason Marsicano & Megan Palm, 2007

interjections
Interjections
  • express strong emotion; followed by an exclamation point
    • Ex: Oh! Hey! Wow! Eureka!
  • express mild emotion; followed by a comma
    • Ex: Well, Alas,
identifying interjections
Identifying Interjections

Oh no! I can’t believe it.

Which of the words express emotion?

Oh no! = expresses strong emotion

exercise 1
Exercise #1

Identify the interjections in the following sentence.

Wow, you’re a wonderful singer.

*ANSWER*

Wow, you’re a wonderful singer.

exercise 2
Exercise #2

Identify the interjections in the following sentence.

Ouch! I think I twisted my ankle.

*ANSWER*

Ouch! I think I twisted my ankle.

exercise 3
Exercise #3

Identify the interjections in the following sentence.

Darn, I was hoping to get an A on that test.

*ANSWER*

Darn, I was hoping to get an A on that test.

exercise 4
Exercise #4

Identify the interjections in the following sentence.

Hooray! We won the state title!

*ANSWER*

Hooray! We won the state title!

exercise 5
Exercise #5

Identify the interjections in the following sentence.

Yikes, that is a huge spider.

*ANSWER*

Yikes, that is a huge spider.

still confused
Still Confused?

1. Print out this tip sheet of the rules for quick reference.

2. Download this worksheet and see a Writing Center Tutor if you have questions.

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3. Complete these online quizzes on your own time:

  • Interjections
  • Interjection Worksheet
  • Interjection vs. Conjunction