Class 6 English Grammar Chapter 21 Interjection. We know that an Interjection is a word which is used to express sudden feelings of joy, sorrow and wonder. Here, we will learn about interjection words expressing joy, sorrow, surprise, attention, shame, approval, etc. Interjections are always followed by the sign of interjection or exclamation (!).
|Class: 6||English Grammar|
|Chapter: 21||Interjection or Exclamation (!).|
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Examples of Interjection
Examples of Interjection may be expressing joy are given below:
Hurrah! I have passed.
Aha! my brother is laughing.
Examples of Interjection may be expressing sorrow are given below:
Alas! I am undone.
Ah! mother is dead.
Examples of Interjection may be expressing surprise are given below:
Oh! you are here.
What a lovely flower!
Examples of Interjection may be expressing approval are given below:
Bravo! you did well.
Well done! you have stood first.
Examples of Interjection may be expressing shame or reproach are given below:
Fie! A soldier and afraid of death.
Pooh! how dirty Nitin is.
Examples of Interjection may be expressing attention are given below:
Hush! the child is sleeping.
Hark! someone is coming.
Class 6 English Grammar All Chapters
Class 6 English Grammar all chapters are given on main page. The entire syllabus is divided in segments. Here, a separate segment is given for each topic, so that students can understand easily. Language of explanation and examples included are kept simple and daily life based.
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