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Interjections

Interjections add excitement to writing. They provide expression and emotion to a sentence. Interjections are words that carry strong feelings. For example:

Oh no! The zoo animals got loose.

Aha! I’ve got it!

In the above examples, “Oh no” and “Aha” are interjections.

If you want your interjection to be full of emotion, place an exclamation point after it, but if you don't want your interjection to be too strong, simply use commas to separate it. Here are some commonly used interjections:

Wow!

Oh no!

Darn!

Aha!

Bravo!

Oh,

Interjections may provide excitement and emotion in casual writing, but they are not used in formal writing.

 





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