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Interjections

An interjection is a word or phrase used to express emotion or surprise.  A comma or an exclamation point is used to separate an interjection from the rest of the sentence.

Super! Ouch! And Good Grief! Are interjections.

Wow, look at that clown!

Hey! Put your mittens on!

 

Directions: Identify the interjections below.

Hey!  Look at that car!
An interjection
Not an interjection

Stop by the store tonight.
An interjection
Not an interjection

Look! Is that a bird?
An interjection
Not an interjection

OK!  I'll do it!
An interjection
Not an interjection

Does that look good?
An interjection
Not an interjection

We should go to the store.  Now!
An interjection
Not an interjection

Good grief!  What are you doing?
An interjection
Not an interjection

Is that the way we go to school?
An interjection
Not an interjection

Whazup!
An interjection
Not an interjection

We should go!  Right now!
An interjection
Not an interjection

 

 

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