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GROUP MEMBERS:NORSHEYREEN SURINNURIRFINIY E. HAIROLAND FREDFAIZATUN NAZIRAH SULIMANROSEMINAH HANAFIDAYANG KHAIRUNNISA ABG ...
An interjection is a word thatexpresses strong feeling.
 An interjection at the beginning of asentence is followed by an exclamationmark or comma at times.etc: Wow! That was th...
 Interjections are not words that areconnected as other parts of a sentence,but merely sounds standing bythemselves. Int...
 Interjections have no grammatical relationto any word or group of words in thesentence (independent elements).etc: Alas...
 Interjections are also often used as additionto words such as nouns, pronouns, adjectivesand some other parts of speech....
 Some of the interjections that you use orhear in speech are not even words, althoughit is possible to represent the soun...
 If an interjection is spoken calmly, simply puta comma after it and continue the sentence.Etc: Shhh, the baby is sleepi...
 If an interjection is spoken with moreemotion, it is followed by an exclamationpoint. The next word is then capitalized....
 Oh! (sudden realization) Ouch! (to express pain) Shh (Used to make someone be quiet) Wow! (Generic exclamation of ama...
 Ewww (Disgust, dislike) Huh? (Asking for confirmation) Grr (Anger, snarling, growling) Phew (Expressing relief) Uh ...
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Interjection ppt

  1. 1. GROUP MEMBERS:NORSHEYREEN SURINNURIRFINIY E. HAIROLAND FREDFAIZATUN NAZIRAH SULIMANROSEMINAH HANAFIDAYANG KHAIRUNNISA ABG MOHDNURUL SITI HASANAH HASSAN
  2. 2. An interjection is a word thatexpresses strong feeling.
  3. 3.  An interjection at the beginning of asentence is followed by an exclamationmark or comma at times.etc: Wow! That was the best goal of the entiretournament. Oh, I forgot to bring my book! Great! We can leave now.
  4. 4.  Interjections are not words that areconnected as other parts of a sentence,but merely sounds standing bythemselves. Interjections are also used to expresssome types of emotion such as disgust(yuck!), joy (yeah!), excitement,enthusiasm, etc.
  5. 5.  Interjections have no grammatical relationto any word or group of words in thesentence (independent elements).etc: Alas! This is the end. Hey! Do you know where you’re going? Bah! That’s all nonsense. Oh! I can’t believe that.
  6. 6.  Interjections are also often used as additionto words such as nouns, pronouns, adjectivesand some other parts of speech.etc: Good! I am thrilled to hear that. Horrors! Look at the mess! Great! Keep up the hard work. Well! When do you intend to pay for it?
  7. 7.  Some of the interjections that you use orhear in speech are not even words, althoughit is possible to represent the soundsexpressed. Whew! What an awful day! Um! This cutlet tastes good. Humph! That’s stale news.
  8. 8.  If an interjection is spoken calmly, simply puta comma after it and continue the sentence.Etc: Shhh, the baby is sleeping. Oh my, I dropped my pencil.
  9. 9.  If an interjection is spoken with moreemotion, it is followed by an exclamationpoint. The next word is then capitalized.etc: Ouch! I just cut my finger. He scored the winning touchdown. Wow!
  10. 10.  Oh! (sudden realization) Ouch! (to express pain) Shh (Used to make someone be quiet) Wow! (Generic exclamation of amazement,impressed/astonished) Hooray! (Generic exclamation of joy)
  11. 11.  Ewww (Disgust, dislike) Huh? (Asking for confirmation) Grr (Anger, snarling, growling) Phew (Expressing relief) Uh Alas Woah Oops (Being surprised at or acknowledgingyour own mistakes) Psst (Used to quietly get someones attention,often to tell them a secret.)

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