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In today’s English class, we will be learning about Exclamation And Interjection
Did you know that exclamation point, also called an exclamation mark, is a punctuation mark that goes at the end of certain sentences. It’s less common than the period or question mark, but it’s very easy to use. Some might say it’s too easy to use.
In addition, an exclamatory sentence is one that expresses a strong or forceful emotion, such as anger, surprise, or joy.
Some examples of exclamatory sentence include:
I am waiting!
Oh! I missed my friend Tessy.
Get out of the room!
Occasionally, you might see one at the end of a sentence that is phrased as a question.
How could I have forgotten to pack underwear!
However, an interjection is a word that you throw in between sentences or thoughts to express a sudden feeling.
Because interjections usually express sudden feelings, you will often see them used to express surprise (both good surprises and bad ones) or excitement.
Yikes! There’s a dog in the garage!
You planned this party just for me? Wow!
Ouch! That bee just stung me!
Terrific! Jordan will send you the contract this afternoon.
In summary, we now understand that an exclamation goes at the end of certain sentences, while an interjection usually expresses sudden feelings, often seen when conveying surprises.
Explain how an Exclamation is different from an Interjection.
Give 5 sentences using interjections
Using the examples cited in today’s class, give five sentences each for exclamation and interjections.
We hope you enjoyed today’s class. In our next class, we will be learning about Conversation on Dental Issues.
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