An Interjection is a word class which generally has no grammatical connection with the rest of the utterances around it and is used to express emotion on the part of the speaker. When written, they often have an exclamation mark to close them.
The following are considered as interjections:
A sentence is a group of words beginning with a capital letter and ending with a full stop/period, exclamation mark or question mark.
It is the written equivalent of an utterance.
My name is Conan.
Is July going to be hot here?
There are a number of different sentence types in English and we use them for different purposes.
To give information…