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Interjection
AN INTERJECTION is a word used to express some sudden felling or emotion ; as, Ah ! What l shall do ! Properly speaking, it is not a Part of Speech, for it is not grammatically related to any other word

or words in the sentence. It does not express a thought. lt is merely an exclamatory sound, thrown into a sentence, to express some strong felling or emotion; as,

For Example

1. Joy : Hurrah ! Huzza !

2. Grief : Alas ! Ah ! Oh !

3. Surprise : Ha ! What !

4. ApprovaI : Bravo !

The following is a list of the most common lnterjections :-

Adien ! Ah ! Aha ! Alas ! Fie ! Ha ! Hail ! Hark ! Hullo ! Hush ! Hurrah ! Huzza ! L0 ! O ! Oh ! Pooh!

Certain groups of words or phrases are also used to express sudden feelings or emotions; as,

Ah me l Well done ! Good gracious l Good heavens ! Hear ! hear! For shame ! Woe is me ! Good-bye!

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