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Presented by:
Shahban Iqbal
Presented to:
MS.Sabiha Saleem
Date:29-03-16
Program:BS(cs)
An interjection is a word in a sentence to express
some feeling or emotion of the mind.
They usually come at the beginning...
Interjection for greeting
Interjection for joy
Interjection for surprise
Interjection for Grief/pain
These interjections are used to indicate
emotion of warmth towards the other
person when they meet.
These include: Hello!,...
These interjections are used to indicate immediate
emotion of happiness on
a sudden happy event that occurred.
These inclu...
These interjections are used by the speaker when
he expresses a strong sense of surprise on
something that happened.
These...
These interjections are used by the speaker when he
expresses a strong emotion of grief on something
unfortunate that happ...
Interjection
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  1. 1. Presented by: Shahban Iqbal Presented to: MS.Sabiha Saleem Date:29-03-16 Program:BS(cs)
  2. 2. An interjection is a word in a sentence to express some feeling or emotion of the mind. They usually come at the beginning of a sentence. Examples: Hurrah, Wow, Ah, Well, Hello, Hey, Oh, Hmm, Alas
  3. 3. Interjection for greeting Interjection for joy Interjection for surprise Interjection for Grief/pain
  4. 4. These interjections are used to indicate emotion of warmth towards the other person when they meet. These include: Hello!, Hey!, Hi! etc. Examples: Hey! Good to see you today. Hello! I am Jane
  5. 5. These interjections are used to indicate immediate emotion of happiness on a sudden happy event that occurred. These include: Hurrah! , Wow!, Hurray! etc. Examples: Hurrah! We won the match. Wow! I passed the exam.
  6. 6. These interjections are used by the speaker when he expresses a strong sense of surprise on something that happened. These include: Ha!, What!, Oh!, Ah! etc Examples: What! His mother died? Ah! I got promoted.
  7. 7. These interjections are used by the speaker when he expresses a strong emotion of grief on something unfortunate that happened. These include: Alas!, Oh!, Ah!, Ouch! etc. Examples: Alas! He is dead. Ouch! I hurt my foot.

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