Interjections are spontaneous and exclamatory words or phrases that express strong emotions, reactions, or feelings in a sentence. They serve to convey a speaker’s immediate response to a situation, often without any grammatical connection to the rest of the sentence. Interjections can express a wide range of emotions, including surprise, joy, frustration, and dismay, and they add emotional depth to communication.


  • Wow! That was an amazing performance!
  • Oh no! I forgot my keys at home.
  • Yay! We won the game!
  • Ouch! That hurt!
  • Well, I’m not sure what to do now.