#064 Interjections (Filler words) in English
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In this episode I’m gonna talk about interjections (filler words) in English. It ‘ll be very useful for you.
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Interjection? What an ugly name. Right? But ugly or not tough, interjections exist in all languages.
Basically, an interjection is one or several words that can express some kind of emotion:
- and so on
Okay, let’s see some examples:
Aha! Oh! Huh? Stop! Ow! Good!
These are all interjections. An interjection can be used as a filler. They are very important in spoken language because the conversation becomes more natural.
Let’s start with some examples:
If you hurt yourself, you could say:
"Ouch! That hurt."
"Darn! That hurt."
"Gee! That hurt!"
Well, as you can see, the possibilities here are endless.
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