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Interjection Table of Contents

An interjection is not grammatically related to any other word in the sentence.

It is set apart with a comma or exclamation point, depending on the level of emotion.

Whoa, those aren't yours.

Interjections Express Emotion

Mild
Emotion


Mild emotion is set apart with a comma.

Wow, those potato chips sure were expensive.

Hey, stop looking at me like that.

Gee, your friends are nice.

Interjections Express Mild Emotion

Strong
Emotion


Strong emotion is set apart with an exclamation point.

Yay! I just won the lottery!

Oh no! That guy just stole my winning lottery ticket!

Hooray! The police caught the guy who stole my winning lottery ticket!

Interjections Express Strong Emotion