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chnage the word "oh" in the following sentence and still keeping meaning same,

Oh!, i have been in a UK.

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    You can simply leave it out, but the sentence won't make sense. What is "a UK"? And don't forget to capitalize "I" since you're referring to yourself.

  • English grammar -

    Other exclamations might be - WOW!, Egad!, Gracious!, Heavens!

    The British use Blimey and I believe the Aussies use Crikey.

    There are bunches of others that are in American slang.

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