Interjections in Other Languages

Interjections are parts of speech which are usually not grammatically connected to the rest of the sentence. They are often an expression of emotion or an interruption. They are words which are used to express strong feeling or sudden emotion. They are a useful part of speech to be able to use and understand in another language. You know that you’ve reached a high level of fluency in a second language when you intuitively start using the local interjections. Have a look at the articles below to learn more about Portuguese, French, Korean, Hindi and German interjections.

Interjections and popular expressions in Brazil

Express yourself…French style

Korean interjections and colloquial expressions

Uff! These Interjections!

Dammit!- I mean verdammt!

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