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Interjections

An interjection is an exclamatory word or phrses that can stand by itself althought it may also appear in a sentence. Many interjections express strong emotions.  They are followed by exclamation points.

Good heavens!

What! How can you say that to me?

When an interjection appears within a sentenc, it should be set off with commas.

Ahem, excuse me for interrupting.

Well, I can't really leave that seaweed on the chair.

Frequently used interjections:

really good sh ahem unbelievable
whoops oh ugh my congratulations
good grief what alas please my goodness
honestly well yes no good heavens