Definition of Interjections for Surprise:
Interjections for surprise express an intense sense of surprise on the happening of something.
Examples of Interjections for Surprise:
- What! You have broken the show-piece.
- Eh! You have done a mess.
- Ah! What have you done?
- Oh! What a hot and humid day!
- Hey! Are you sure about it?
- Oh! What a glorious victory!
- Oh! What a heavenly beautiful scenery!
- Ah! You have done a blunder.
- Eh! You have spoiled the dish.
- What! You did not sit for the exam.
- What! You are playing on the field now.
- Hey! What have you done?
- Oh! You shouldn’t have done it.
- Oh! What will happen now?
- Ah! John has spoiled our plan.
- What! Ben is not coming.
- Oh! The movie is too long.
- Oh! Don’t say that you have done it.
- What! Allen denied doing the task.
- What! Albert is not performing.
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