|Parts of Speech|
Interjection - Vismayaadibodhak
Interjections are short words which express sudden and/or strong feeling. Exclamation sign " ! " is placed after Interjection words.
Vismayaadibodhak shabd achaanak or majoot bhaavanaa'o ko vyakt karate hai. Vismayaadibodhak chinh " ! " vismayadibodhak shabd ke baad lagaayaa jaataa hai.
e.g. oh, ah, wow, hurrah, alas, ouch, Oops, aha, hey, etc.
Hurrah! India has won the match.
Alas! His father is dead.
Ouch! You are hurting me.
Oh! I forgot your name.
Hurrah! India ne match jeet liyaa.
Alas! Usake pitaa jee mar gaye hai.
Ouch! Tum mujhe choT pahunchaa rahe ho.
Oh! MaiN tumhaaraa naam bhool gayaa.
Normal words can also be used as Interjection for expressing feeling or emotion by putting exclamation sign " ! " after it.
e.g. - No! Don't touch the iron, it's hot.
Help! I am sinking.
Short list of Exclamatory words
|aah!||Fright||Bhay vyakt karana||Aah! The cracker is going to fall on me.|
|boo!||Contempt||Chhee-chhee karana||Boo! Stop the drama.|
|eek!||Surprised, scream||Halka dar ya ghabaraahat se cheekhana||Eeek! A cockroach.|
|eww!||Disgusting||Chidh paida karana||Ewww! It is full of filthy things.|
|hmm!||Hesitation||Bolate vakt rukana ya anishchay mein hichakichaana||Hmm! I'm not sure about it.|
|hurrah!||joy||Vaah vaah karana / khushee jataana||Hurrah, we won!|
|nah!||no||Inakaar karana||Do you want more drink? Nah! I'm OK.|
|oh!||I see||Oh||Oh! You wanted to sit with him.|
|ooh!||Wonderful||Aashchary, khushee ya aprasannata jataana||Oooh! it's lovely.|
|oops!||Surprise on acknowledging mistake, error||Galatee sveekaarate hue aashchary jataana||Oops! I parked my car at your parking.|
|ouch!||pain||Achaanak hue dard ko jataana / mazaak mein halkee baat ka javaab dena.||Ouch! It is hurting my finger.|
|wow!||Impressed, astonished||Aashcharyachakit ya prabhaavit hona||Wow! that's incredible.|
|yeah!||Yes||Haan||Yeah! Kick the ball into the goal.|
|Alas!||sorrow||shok prakat karana||Alas! He lost everything in the gamble.|
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