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06/07/2016

Tutoring Information on Interjections

Parts of speech make up the proper grammatic structure of all writing. Not all writing is strictly academic or entirely formal, sometimes writing is used as a more personal form of expression. Interjections are parts of speech that help structure more relaxed forms of writing. Today at Tutoring Center in Stone Mountain, we want to take the time to focus on interjections and explain how they are used.

Information on Interjections and How They Are Used

  • Interjections are one of the eight basic parts of speech.
  • Interjections are exclamations and strong expressions or commands that are expressed vividly.
  •  Examples: ouch, wow, oops, oh, gosh, etc.
  • Interjections are not necessarily grammatically related to the rest of the sentence and can normally stand on their own.
  • Many of the softer interjections are separated from the sentence by a comma. Ex. Oh, I´m not so sure.
  • Stronger interjections set a more expressive tone and have an exclamation mark. Ex. Gosh! You have grown so much.
  • Interjections are not usually found in very formal context or strict academic writing.

Greater Grammar Appreciation With Tutoring in Stone Mountain

Grammar does not come easily to all students, but doing well in this and other subjects can be incredibly gratifying for all students. Tutoring is greatly beneficial for all students, as it helps them appreciate all subjects and facilitates the understanding of grammar concepts. Due to the more individual attention that tutoring can provide, students are able to progress faster while addressing the areas that they specifically struggle in. Call us at (470) 282-5181 or (678) 557-2124 and ask for a free diagnostic assessment today.

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