In Swedish language, interjection is not spelt in the same way as in English but sounds almost similar in its pronunciation. You can also note the dropping of ‘c’s in Swedish and using ‘k’s in many spellings, and example is in this word: interjection – interjektion!
|Obestämd form INDEFINITE (A/AN)||Bestämd form DEFINITE (THE)||Obestämd form INDEFINITE||Bestämnd form DEFINITE|
|AN INTERJECTION||THE INTERJECTION||INTERJECTIONS||THE INTERJECTIONS|
Interjection is a little group of words and sounds. Most of the words and sounds written as a word are followed by an exclamation mark (!). Interjections are used to express a feeling, a strong feeling, greet someone or expressing with other sound-words (onomatopoeia) and in some swear words.
“Suddenly someone opened the front door. A young man came in from the street. He looked happy and cheer-ful. His eyes were bright and his face was red because of the cold. He shouted cheerfully, ‘Hello! Merry Christmas, Uncle!’
‘Nonsense! Rubbish!’ replied Scoorge. ‘Christmas is nonsense. It’s humbug! Bah!’”
–A Christmas Carol by Charles Dicken
|Usch! De är kallt!||Yuk! It’is cold!|
|Fy fan!||Hell! Damn!|
|Krax krax!||Caw! Caw!|