What are Prepositions and Interjections?

November 28, 2022 9:49 PM
There are three types of conjunctions: coordinating, correlative, and subordinating. They are the keys to logically constructed sentences. Interjections are used to express strong or sudden emotion and are usually grammatically separate from other sentences. Interjections are most effective when used sparingly.

Prepositions and interjections are two important parts of speech. 

Prepositions are words that express relationships between other words in a sentence. Interjections are words that express emotion or surprise.

Prepositions are used to show how two things are related.

Uses :

  • The preposition "in" can be used to show that something is inside of something else. 
  • The preposition "on" can be used to show that something is on top of something else.
  • Interjections are used to express emotion or surprise.

 For example, the interjection "wow!" can be used to express surprise. 

  • The interjection "ouch!" can be used to express pain.

Types : 

There are many different types of prepositions and interjections.

  • Some common prepositions include: in, on, at, around, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, by, down, during, for, from, in front of, inside, near, of, off, outside, over, past, through, to, under, up, with.
  • Some common interjections include: wow, ouch, oh, ah, hey, yes, no, uh-oh, congratulations.

Rules : 

There are some rules to follow when using prepositions and interjections : 

  • prepositions usually come before nouns or pronouns.
  • Interjections can be placed anywhere in a sentence.

Examples : 

Here are some examples of prepositions and interjections in sentences:

  • The cat is on the mat.
  • I'm surprised by your news.
  • Can you please turn the music off?
  • Congratulations on your new job!

Conclusion : 
  • Prepositions are words that show the relationship between two things.
  • Interjections are words that show strong emotions.
  • Prepositions: in, on, at, by, for, to, with
  • Interjections: OMG, yikes, wow