Lesson: Interjection- An interjection is a part of speech that demonstrates the emotion or feeling. These words can stand alone, or be placed before or after a sentence. You’ll notice many interjections are followed by an exclamation point when excitement or strong feelings are present. When the feeling is not as strong interjections are followed by a comma and/or a period.
We can now count to ten in 28 different languages (English, Sign Language, Latin, Spanish, German, French, Greek, Japanese, Arabic with the Lebanese Dialect, Italian, Russian, Romanian, Swedish, Tagolog, Hebrew, Korean, Hungarian, Irish, Kiswahili, Welsh, Dutch/Flemmish, Polish, Serbo-Croation, Cebuano, Malay, Hindi, Farsi, Turkish).
Line Time: End Of Sentence Punctuation
Sight Words of the Week: there their
Synonym of Week: BRIGHT (shiny, glowing, dazzling, lighted, vivid)
Adding Language of None planned