2 Let’s Review . . .The interjection is the last of the eight parts of speech. Just for the record, here are all eight:NounPronounAdjectiveVerbAdverbPrepositionConjunctionInterjection
3 First, let's start with a basic definition: Interjections are exclamatory words that express strong emotion.Interjections have no other grammatical connection with or relationship to the rest of the sentence.
4 Interjections:Interjections may be followed by either commas or exclamation points.Examples:Ouch!That hurt!Oh, what a wonderful movie!Great!What a terrific idea!Aha! I've found your secret!Alas, the poet was no more.
5 Let’s practice . . .Write 10 sentences that include funny interjections and then we will share with the class.
6 WOW! It’s almost time for the quiz! Take a moment to brush up on interjections.
8 Interjection QuizIdentify the interjections in the following sentences.Goodness! He listened to the man's story and reported it to the police immediately!Oh, I haven't seen my brother since he left for college!Oops! I dropped the jelly.No! Don't touch that!Help! I'm about to fall!The poor dear was, alas, destitute and hungry.Wait! Don't leave me behind in this cave!Ah, I've heard that trick before.
9 Interjection Homework Write 3 paragraphs (at least 10 sentences) describing your first day of school and include as many interjections as possible.Use them correctly and underline them in LIGHT BLUE pen or pencil.