Perhaps the easiest part of speech to find is the interjection. An interjection is a word or group of words used to express strong feeling. It can be an actual word, or merely a sound and is followed by an exclamation mark (!) or a comma.
Unlike all the other parts of speech, the interjection is not linked in any way to any other word in the sentence. Following are some examples of interjections:
Exercise 13: Interjections
Copy these sentences in your notebook and then underline the interjections.
1. Wow, did you see that jet!
2. Oh no! He lost the puck.
3. Ouch! That hurts.
4. No! Don’t touch the brake.
5. Yuck, I hate boiled cabbage.