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Interjections

Sep 5, 2022
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Punctuating both primary and secondary interjections in writing depends entirely on the context in which they are used. But an interjection is always separated from the rest of the sentence by either a period, comma, or exclamation point. 

Examples: 

  1. Eww, it stinks in here. 
  1. Brr, it is really cold. 
  1. Oh! I did not see you there. 
  1. My God! How did you get here? 
  1. Hey, are you Rebecca’s daughter? 
  1. Goodness gracious, you must be so tired! 
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