Since              B. Showing top 8 worksheets in the category - Interjections Class 4. The students stood up _______ the teacher entered the class. 4 0 obj Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing ‘in the meantime’ is needed; hence ‘while’ is used. Conjunctions Worksheet-5  Fill in the blank with the correct conjunction: _____ I study hard, I shall not get good marks. Oh no! /Type /Pages Call us: he PDF document contains 4 worksheets on interjections:Worksheet 1: Complete the sentence with an interjection.Worksheet 2: Underline the interjection.Worksheet 3: Complete the sentence with an interjection.Worksheet 4: Multiple-choice picking out the sentence with an interjection in it. October 24, 2017. << Fill in the blank with the correct conjunction: A. That was the best performance that I have ever seen, bravo! And …… but                              B. And … but                                 B. In the English language, interjection is a word in a sentence that is used to express a sudden, strong or expressive sentiment. Explanation: Here the conjunction for choice is needed; hence ‘or’ is used. 1. (Huh is the interjection.) /S /Transparency strong 5. Although       C. Unless           D. But, A. /Pages 2 0 R strong 7. Oh! But                 B. /ExtGState << 4. “Hi” is the interjection and is used as a greeting. >> When             C. So                   D. But, A. And                B. You look great tonight. endobj /Parent 2 0 R Some of the worksheets displayed are Interjections work, Interjections, Parts of speech, Interjection, Topic identifying interjections, Ab4 gp pe tpcpy 193603, Find the interjection, Name date p speech nterjections exercise 3. We won our first game! You must study hard _____ you want to score top marks. It is grammatically not connected with any other part of … _____ , what a wonderful time we had at the mall! “Wow” is the interjection and shows surprise. Because         C. Or                   D. And, A. Either …… or                            B. /F4 20 0 R /MarkInfo << 2020 © Learners' Planet, All rights reserved. /Group << Well, that was an … Wow! You may _____ eat a sandwich ____ some French fries. You can find more lessons and worksheets on tenses here. /F3 15 0 R As well as, C. As soon as                                 D. Although, A. When             B. You can & download or print using the browser document reader options. (Gee whiz is the interjection.) 2. Fill in the blanks with the simple present tense … “Bravo” is the interjection and is also used as a way to congratulate the participants. While             B. %PDF-1.5 admin@learnersplanet.com. Either …… nor, C. Neither …… or                          D. But … and, A. << /GS7 7 0 R You can take a taxi ______ a bus to go to Shimla. I missed the bus this morning! /Kids [ 3 0 R 22 0 R ] Part I: In the following sentences, identify the interjection and circle it. >> _____ Mumbai ______ Delhi are developed cities. Do not interrupt the teacher. Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing illogical consequence is needed; hence ‘though’ is used. _____ I study hard, I shall not get good marks. endobj strong 8. x���ܸ�� �Οb��Z���`�$wI�mл��`q(&�����v'M�H}˒�lI��x�Z,�4$EQ$ER�������|�={v�|����\^dgG��O��~�ty����v1_�.Go?�_a�/����ً�_f/N&G�x�Evzu0�Y����*��{ y��Ȯ&yv������l*Jx̤��kv����0�Y�sI�Ce��Ii��s!�V����r��3#�!ųy��� ��s!E�s����'�q�Jd\������ /ProcSet [ /PDF /Text /ImageB /ImageC /ImageI ] Interjections are considered as the least important part of the sentences because they are not grammatically related to any other part in the sentence. Interjection- ANSWER KEY An interjection is a word used to express an emotion or feeling. Yuck! Hi, I'm glad that you could make it to my party. /Contents [ 4 0 R 101 0 R ] Interjections Worksheet Interjections are words that express emotion. >> Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing condition is needed; hence ‘unless’ is used. I think this meal is disgusting. << Will you take care of our dog _____ we are away for the weekend. >> They are included in a sentence, usually at the beginning, to express a sentiment such as surprise, disgust, joy or excitement. But                 C. Or                   D. So, A. Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing time is needed; hence ‘as soon as’ is used. /Type /Group 2. 4. strong 4. He is ____ tall _____ he can easily reach the top shelf. Either … or, C. Neither … nor                           D. Both … and, A. 9099920082/9099020032, Email us: A. If                    B. Although      C. >> /StructTreeRoot 26 0 R _____ ! a� "˙(. 1. 2. These Are Some Interjections: Oh, Great, Wow, Ouch, Hey, Please, and No. Unless           B. Ugh, I cannot wait for this class to end. Explanation: Here the conjunction for joining equally important sentence parts is needed; hence ‘both…and’ is used. /Lang (en-US) /CS /DeviceRGB ______ we lost the match, we have not lost heart. This tenses worksheet is designed for students of classes 4 and 5. endobj Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing consequence is needed; hence ‘so…that’ is used. /XObject << >> If                     C. Though          D. But. Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing time is needed; hence ‘when’ is used. “Hmm” is the interjection and a verbalization of a … /Filter /FlateDecode mild 6. %���� Yippee! While             B. /Annots [ 10 0 R ] /Font << /Count 2 /MediaBox [ 0 0 612 792 ] /Length 3150 /Tabs /S If                     B. >> 1 0 obj stream Answers will vary Write a sentence using a mild interjection. My cousins arrived ______ we were in school. >> Directions: Add an interjection to each sentence. Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing opposite ideas is needed; hence ‘but’ is used. 3. Because         C. Though          D. And, A. 3. /Marked true Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing choice is needed; hence ‘either…or’ is used. You forgot to call me back. /F1 5 0 R Hitesh hurt himself ______ he fell from the stairs. 5. I’m just a kid, gee whiz, not a professional athlete. Worksheet will open in a new window. /Image11 11 0 R They are followed by either an exclamation point or a comma. << Because         C. Since              D. Though, A. /Type /Page 1. It's the pe >> Both …… and, C. So…… that                                 D. Either…… or, A. /Type /Catalog /Image13 13 0 R 2 0 obj Explanation: Conjunction for condition is – if; hence this is used. 3 0 obj “Bah” is the interjection and shows disappointment. And                C. Or                   D. So, A. No sooner …… than                 B. >> /F2 8 0 R Explanation: Here the conjunction for showing ‘in the meantime’ is needed; hence ‘when’ is used. Once you find your worksheet, click on pop-out icon or print icon to worksheet to print or download. /Resources << Interjections Class 4 Worksheets - there are 8 printable worksheets for this topic. /StructParents 0