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There was a interruption when we were playing soccer.

a sentence could be: "His interruption in the middle of my speech was very rude".

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His constant interruption began to vex me.

Such an interruption requires a comma, you may wish to use a Colon or a Semi Colon depending on the construction of the sentence

I finally found a place to do my homework without interruption from my roommates.

The word interruption has four syllables. (In-ter-rup-tion)

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iNTERUPTTION is something that is rude

Incessant means continuing without pause or interruption. The incessant barking of the dogs was annoying. The incessant rains flooded the area in a short period of time.

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That is the correct spelling of the word "interruption" (discontinuation, temporary halt).

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