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INTERJECTIONS 5 April

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Alejandra Reyes

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Transcript of INTERJECTIONS 5 April

Proper Interjections
Improper Interjections
Interjections of expression
The interjection is a kind of a statement in a natural language that we use to expresses some impression sudden, exclamation or a deep feeling, As:
Amacement
LOVE
Angry - Disgust
Hapiness
Interjections of sense interrogative, or confirmation of the views expressed, that occasionally interspersed in a prayer
Are ended in question mark
Proper Interjection
Sometimes they are some icons that make unpleasant come to use interjections by themselves...
I think this icon is the worst !
Originally, they were not interjections, but nouns, verbs, or adverbs, which are occasionally employed as interjections, by it is usual meaning, as:
Which are usual phrases,
which are used also as
interjection !!!
the interjections may change according to idioms as:
Expression
When inserted in a sentence
are strictly out of their
sequence, and they are
written between commas:
«Cried the girl, oh!
, how I suffered!».
Conative and
Representative.

Are classified in the following way
Improper Interjections
Are classified in the following way
Proper Interjection
Improper Interjection
Interjection
of
expression
Semantically or equivalent to a complete sentence

Expressed or described on a basic level
an action without being
syntactically organized


Considered a part of the sentence




But still are pre-gramar linguistic signs that incluide the tree functions of the language according to Karl Hühler:
As Surprise !
Interjections proper, to express astonishment, understanding of what is heard, surprise, pleasure.
pain
contempt, indifference.
expressing wonder,
doubt
so-called care
express welcome, greeting

• And sometimes using onomatopoeia.
they consist of a single word between admiration mark or questionmark







example:

Some use onomatopoeias
as interjections
(that mimic sounds)
as:
Some join to personal names, used to call or to attract the attention of someone : «Hey, Enrique!» or
Expressive,
Interjections a usually are single words that does not have variations

Used commonly in isolation of a prayer-so

That they function as one complete sentence

And expressing senses admiring or awe, joy, greeting, or welcome
, alarm, disgust, and the like,

in it´s exclamation form it is usually ended in exclamation marks
They are usually used
in isolation
but when incorporated
in a sentence
they commonly appear
at the beginning
< Oh! > <What a pain>
Since we learned how to speak, we have used the interjections however, sometimes we don't know the reason why we use them, I hope that the day has helpful to understand how interjections give strength and feeling to what you say!!!
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