Definition of Interjection:
One of the parts of speech is an interjection. Interjections are words that are used to convey a strong emotion or a sudden mood. Because there is no grammatical relationship, interjections primarily express feelings rather than the meaning of the sentences. They are used to describe a feeling such as fear, pain, surprise, anger, delight, excitement, or enthusiasm in a sentence (typically at the beginning of the sentence but not necessarily).
Few examples of Interjections are hurray, oh, wow, hey, phew, really, ah, yes, whoa, no, alas, indeed, etc.
Rules of Interjection:
There is no set rule for where an interjection should be placed in respect to other sentences. An interjection can be used before or after a statement that explains what is happening. You can also use an interjection by itself, however, this may not make sense if you haven’t sufficiently explained the situation that caused the use of interjection. Exclamation points are commonly used in interjections, but they are not required necessarily.
Uses of Interjection:
When using an interjection, a few punctuation marks are added based on the emotions. The most commonly used punctuation symbols are the exclamation mark (!) and the comma (). (,).
As I already mentioned earlier that they are mostly used at the beginning of the sentence but we can use Interjection at the middle and end of the sentences.
Few examples of Interjection are below here I have used interjection at the start, at the middle, and also at the end of the sentence to explain that how interjections can be used to express the feeling of the sentence.
Examples of Interjections at the start of sentences:
- Hey! Get off the ground!
- Oh, that’s a pleasant surprise.
- Good! We can now move on.
Examples of Interjections in the middle of sentences:
- I’m sure he will not recognize all the pictures which we saw at my home. Indeed, he will get my help.
- She exclaimed Waw! What a beautiful dress it is.
- He is sad, I wish! I could help.
Examples of Interjections at the end of sentences:
- It is cold, indeed.
- What a shame!
- Waw! You solved the problem. Cool!