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What is an interjection?

Interjections are special words that show strong feelings or emotions like excitement, happiness, horror, shock,
sadness, pain, anger, and disgust. Interjections usually come at the beginning of a sentence. You use them to add punch or energy to stories. Dont use them too much. When you overdo interjections, they lose their power. Sometimes interjections are just sounds, shouts, gasps, or exclamations, more like noises than regular words. Example:

Aha, All right, Godzooks, My Goodness, Gosh, Hello, Help, Hey, Hooray, Whoopee, Oh, Oh no, Ooops, Ouch, Super, Ugh, Well, Nuts, Wow, Yikes, Yoo-hoo, Right on, Yippee, Yuck.

What is a verb? A verb is a word that shows action or being. Whatever youre doing can be expressed by a verb. Without a verb, a group of words cannot be a sentence. Example:

Go, stop, eat, jump, run, throw, scream, swim, think, listen, sleep, read, look, breathe, hear, wonder, dream.

What is an adjective? An Adjective is a word that tells us more about a noun or a pronoun. An adjective describes or modifies a noun. What kind of? How many? Which one? Example:

Busy, bitter, soft, colourful, cooperative, warm, blue, sunny, red, juicy, grumpy, invisible, wet, gross, these, those, that, this, Chinese, Irish, Swiss, Constitutional.

What is a noun? A

Noun is a word that names a person, animal, place, thing, or idea. There are more nouns in the English language
Animals shark hamster fish cat bear flea Place school gym church Guadalajara town Africa Things pen computer mailbox door tree cereal Ideas concentration wisdom kindness freedom fear love

than any other kind of word. Example:

Persons teacher student girl boy Mrs. Hernandez Tomas

What is a Conjuntion? A

Conjunction is a word that joins other words or parts of sentences together.

Conjunctions are like glue.


After, although, and, as, as if, as soon as, because, before, both/and, but, either/nor, even though, for, however, if, in order that, just as/so, not, or, since, so that, than, that, till, unless, until, where, when, wherever, while, what...
Note: A few of these same words can be used as prepositions in other sentences. What is an Adverb? An

Adverb is a word that tells us more about

1)a verb; 2) an adjective; or 3)another adverb. We sometimes

say that an adverb describes or modifies these words. Example:

Badly, loudly, easily, fast, slowly, stupidly, cleverly, brilliantly, well, too, before, soon, immediately, sometimes, daily, late, now, today, seldom, early, yesterday, tomorrow, often, frequently, tonight, never, so, too, quite, rather, really, awfully, somewhat, extremely, amazingly...
What is a Pronoun? A

Pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. Almost anything a noun can do, a pronoun can do, too.

Pronouns are handy little words because when you use them, you dont have to keep repeating nouns all the time. Example:

All, another, any, anybody, anyone, anything, both, everybody, he, her, hers, herself, him, himself, his, I , it, its, itself, many, me , mine, my, myself, none, our, ours, she, some, somebody, something, that, their, theirs, them, this, they, those, us, we, what, which, who, whom, whose, you, your, yours, yourself...
What is a Preposition? A

Preposition is a word that shows the relationship of one word in a sentence to another word. The four

things that prepositions tell are 1) Where something is (location); 2) Where something is going (direction); 3) When something happens (time); 4) the relationship between a noun or a pronoun and another word in as sentence. Example:

Aboard, about, above, across, after, against, along, but, by, down, during, for, from, in, into, to, near, far, of, off, on, out, past, round, around, since, under, up, with, without, within.