Interjections. 8 th part of speech. Definition. Interjections are exclamatory words that express strong emotion. They have no other grammatical connection with the rest of the sentence. Usage. They may be followed by either commas or exclamation points. Examples: Ouch! That hurt!By aquila
Interjections. By: Connor Coffman. What are Interjections. An interjection is a part of speech that usually has no grammatical connection with the rest of the sentence and simply expresses emotion on the part of the speaker, although most interjections have clear definitions.By liam
Oh, no!. Hey!. Interjections. Good grief!. Hooray!. Yikes!. Interjections. Are words or phrases that express feelings (Wow! Awesome! Oh, yes, Hey!) Have no grammatical connection to the sentence (can be at the beginning or end) Are separated from the sentence with…By tass
Monday, August 27 th , 2012. Journal Set 1 If you can’t remember where you sit, ask Miss Salisbury. Get a blue journal paper off the back counter and answer this question: What was the most fun thing you did this summer? Quote “Dream as if you’ll live forever; live as if you’llBy jill
Interjection. BY: Sebastian Mundo And Andres Romero. Interjection. An interjection describes a noun, the only difference is that it has to end in "ing" no grammatical connection with the rest of the sentence and simply expresses emotion on the part of the speaker.By torn
Interjections. -- word or phrase that expresses emotion or exclamation -- has no grammatical connection to other words. Examples. Oh, my! What is that? Ouch! It’s hot! Yikes, I’ll be late! Ah, that’s better. Practice: Identify each interjection.By forbes
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