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Interjections are words or phrases used to express strong emotions, sudden exclamations, or interjections during speech. They often stand alone or are used at the beginning of a sentence to convey feelings, reactions, or emphasis.

Here are some common types of interjections:

Emotional Interjections: These express strong emotions or feelings.

  • Wow! That was an amazing performance!

  • Oh no! I forgot my keys at home.

Exclamatory Interjections: These express surprise or emphasis.

  • Indeed! It's a beautiful day.

  • Phew! That was a close call.

Pain or Relief Interjections: These express discomfort or relief.

  • Ouch! I just stubbed my toe.

  • Ah! That's better.

Greeting and Farewell Interjections: These are used to greet or say goodbye.

  • Hi! How have you been?

  • Goodbye! See you later.

Approval and Agreement Interjections: These show agreement or approval.

  • Bravo! You did a fantastic job!

  • Aha! I see what you mean.

Disapproval and Surprise Interjections: These express disapproval or surprise.

  • Oh dear! That's not good.

  • Gee! I didn't expect that.

Attention-Grabbing Interjections: Used to get someone's attention.

  • Hey! Look over here!

  • Listen! I have an announcement to make.

Frustration and Annoyance Interjections: Used to express frustration or annoyance.

  • Ugh! I can't believe this.

  • Darn! I missed the bus.

Hesitation and Uncertainty Interjections: Used when unsure or hesitant.

  • Well... I'm not sure about that.

  • Um... What should I say?

Joy and Celebration Interjections: Express joy and celebration.

  • Hooray! We won the game!

  • Yay! It's your birthday!

Here are the common interjections with examples

  1. Ahem! Are you listening?

  2. Aha! I finally figured it out.

  3. Alas! I missed my flight.

  4. Bingo! That's the right answer.

  5. Boo! You scared me.

  6. Bravo! Well done!

  7. Cheers! Let's celebrate.

  8. Duh! It's obvious.

  9. Eek! There's a spider.

  10. Eh? What do you mean?

  11. Gee! I didn't know that.

  12. Good grief! What a mess.

  13. Gosh! That's amazing.

  14. Hey! Come here.

  15. Hoorah! We won.

  16. Hurrah! We did it.

  17. Oh dear! That's unfortunate.

  18. Oh my! This is beautiful.

  19. Oops! I dropped it.

  20. Ouch! That hurt.

  21. Phew! It's hot outside.

  22. Shh! Be quiet.

  23. Ugh! I can't stand it.

  24. Uh-oh! We have a problem.

  25. Well, well! What do we have here?

  26. Wow! That's incredible.

  27. Yikes! That was close.

  28. Yippee! We did it!

  29. Yuck! This tastes awful.

  30. Yum! This is delicious.

  31. Aargh! I'm so frustrated.

  32. Huh? I don't understand.

  33. No way! I can't believe it.

  34. Oh boy! This is exciting.

  35. Phew! I finished the task.

  36. Shh! Don't wake them.

  37. Whew! That was tough.

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