Correct English Grammar: Interjections

Usually no errors are associated with Interjections because they are isolated expressions and are preceded by a sentence. Interjections do use an exclamatory sign after them. The followings are the expressions:

Common English Rules

1.      Interjections of  happy emotions should represent happy events and vice versa.


1.      Bravo! You have done well.
2.      Hush! Don’t speak louder.
3.      What! I can’t understand.
4.      Why! where’s every one?
5.      Alas! I am undone.
6.      Well done! That ‘s a good attempt.
7.      Yahoo! We have won the game.
8.      Hurrah! The door is open.
9.      Good Gracious! What is he going to do?
10. O people! What happens to you?
11.  Ah! Where are the joys?
12.  What a pity! You are so careless.

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Incorrect
Correct

1.      Yahoo! He has failed.
2.      Hush! Tell every body.
3.      What pity? His father is alive.


Alas! He has failed.
Hush! Don’t tell any body.
What a pity! His father is dead.

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