Types of interjection?

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An interjection has no real value in grammar, they are usually spoken, less often written. Words such as 'Oh', 'Ah', 'Hey', 'Hi', 'Hmmm', 'Eh?' are all interjections
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What is an interjection?

Interjections demonstrate emotion and are usually separated fromthe rest of the sentence by an exclamation point, and sometimes bya comma if the emotion is less stressed. Som

Interjections are or and but?

Please ask your question in a COMPLETE sentence so that people will be able to understand what you are asking. And no, or and but are not interjections. Interjections are word

Is an interjection an emotion?

No, an interjection is used to express an irrepressible emotion by "interjecting" words like Hey! or Ouch! or Holy Cats! into a sentence without affecting its grammar.

Is neither a interjection?

An interjection is an exclamatory word like Hey! or Whoops! or Yipes!. 'Neither' can be a conjunction, an adjective or a pronoun. See related link.

Is smack a interjection?

I believe it's an onomatopoeia which is a word that imitates the sound it describes.

What is an interjective?

It is an insertion into a paragraph or larger piece of text or prose that is at least somewhat disconnected from the central thought or idea. The classic example is found in t

Is it an interjection?

It is a word that shows excitement or emotion, and it is not grammatically related to the rest of the sentence.. Here are some examples: Wow, I love this book. Yi

What kindsof interjections?

An interjection would be interjected into a thought/sentence. "Oh!" "Wow!" "Ow!" "Whoa!" "Hey!" etc.... it is interjected/ added to the main thought and typically found at t

What are the uses of interjections?

Sometimes we use words which usually has meaning, but in the context of the sentence it's merely for emphasis. Ex:What was i talking about? Oh,yes, now i remember..... Here an