Asked in English LanguagePrepositions Conjunctions and Interjections
Prepositions Conjunctions and Interjections
Is well an interjection?
January 05, 2011 12:39PM
no,it was not.according to my reserch here in the internet,interjections are also a manarisms or expressions and the word Well expresses sudden emotions.Well cannot be an adjective because an adjective only describes a noun.
Asked in English to Latin
How do you say Oh Ok in latin?
ah , a [ah! oh!] an interjection. atat attat , attatae , attattatae, etc. [oh! ah! alas!] an interjection. au [oh!] an interjection. ehem [oho! well well!]. hau [oh!] an interjection. heu [oh! alas!] an interjection. oh [oh! , ah!] an interjection. oi [oh! ah!] an interjection. utinam [would that! oh that!]. vah (vaha archaic) [oh! ah!] an interjection.
Well i guess you wont. is well a interjection or conjunction?
Asked in Parts of Speech
What part of speech is the word well?
What part of speech is well in the sentence Well I am not sure about your question?
Is well a preposition?
No, the word WELL is not a preposition. It is actually an interjection. A preposition shows relationship. Here are some examples: -in -beside -on -under - after An interjection shows emotion. Here are some examples: -oh -yes -no -wow -WELL The word WELL can be and interjection or a noun. The WELL is where mother sends me to fetch water. WELL, I am not so sure that a shuttle can make it to Neptune with the technology we have today. WELL can show emotion in a sentence or phrase where someone is not completely sure of something or is continuing from a certain point in a conversation.
What part of this sentence is an interjection Well you think ill go to the store?
Asked in Adverbs
Is well an adjective verb or adverb?
The word 'well' can be an adverb, adjective, interjection, noun, or verb. Example uses: Adverb: The was a well planned meeting. Adjective: The student was not feeling well. Interjection: Well! That explains it. Noun: We had to dig a new well when we bought the house. Verb: Tears will well up in her eyes at any sad romantic movie.