An interjection is one of the eight major parts of speech, along with verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and conjunctions
Interjections are words used to definite strong feeling or sudden emotion. They are included in a sentence (usually at the start) to express a sentiment such as wonder, revulsion, pleasure, enjoyment, or eagerness.
List of Interjections
Aah, Ahh, Aww, Bingo, Eh, Eww, Wow, Hey, Well, What, Hurrah, Hmph, Oh, Oops, Ouch, Shh, Uh oh, Whew, Yay/Yaay, Yeah, Yikes, Yippee, Uh, Hush, Hmm, Er, Um, Bravo, Hello, Ugh, Ah, Ha ha, Well done, Alas, Fie, Hi, Yes, Ouch, Help, Happy Birthday, Good morning, dear, Hark, oops, huh, yum, oy, etc.
Types of Interjections
There are following types of interjections:
Interjection for Greeting
Interjection for Joy
Interjection for Approval
Interjection for Attention
Interjection for Surprise
Interjection for Sorrow