writing skills

posted by .

An interjection is always
A. preceded by preposition.
B. followed by an exclamation point.
[C. related to another word in the sentence.]
D. intended to show feeling.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. English

    The word "before" ,is what part of speech in the following sentence?
  2. English

    I'm writing a sample resume for school. For my skills can I label it qualification summary then bullet point my skills that make qualified for the job or just label it skills followed by bullet points. Which sounds more professional?
  3. Grammar (Ms. Sue)

    Copy the items below, adding exclamation marks as needed. Then, label each item an exclamatory sentence, an imperative sentence, or an interjection. 1. I hate being lost in a desert 2. I want water 3. Yippee It's going to rain. 4. …
  4. Grammar (Writeacher)

    Copy the items below, adding exclamation marks as needed. Then, label each item an exclamatory sentence, an imperative sentence, or an interjection. 1. I hate being lost in a desert 2. I want water 3. Yippee It's going to rain. 4. …
  5. English

    Select the part of speech that correctly identifies the italicized word in each sentence below. The movie was wonderful, YET it was not nearly as detailed and creative as the novel. a. preposition b. conjunction* c. adjective d. interjection …
  6. English !!!

    What must a prepositional phrase include?
  7. English

    The plane came down later than expected. 15. In this sentence, what part of speech is the word down?
  8. Grammar ~CHECK MY WORK PLEASE~

    THE STARS NEXT TO IT ARE MY ANSWERS!! Select the answer that correctly identifies the part of speech of the italicized word or words in each sentence below. The words are with all big letters. YET, OH, SUDDENLY, BEFORE, THROUGH, OUTSIDE …
  9. reading?

    Which part of speech is the underlined word in the sentence?
  10. ENGLISH SOS!!!!!!!!! MS SUE, SOMEONE, PLEASE!

    IS The italicized word in the sentence below an adverb or a preposition?

More Similar Questions