Oh is an interjection, a word used to express a strong emotion. Interestingly, this particular interjection can be used in a lot of different situations for several reasons. Let's see how and when we can use it correctly.
An interjection is a word that is used to show a short sudden expression of emotion. In this post, we'll look at 20 common English interjections, and you'll have a chance to practice them doing an exercise.
This post will be useful to anyone who has a dictionary and wants to use it effectively.
"The temple bell stops, but I still hear the sound coming out of the flowers." Matsuo Basho
This post is an attempt to express solidarity with all countries and nations facing aggression right now. Stay strong, stay put and stay hopeful! ☮️
Until and by can sometimes be confusing. Until means continuing to happen before a particular time or event and then stopping. This preposition can be followed by a noun (see examples 1 and 2 below) or it can be connecting two clauses, in which case that's not a preposition but a conjunction (see examples 3 … Continue reading Until vs. By
Now that spring is around the corner, it's probably time to pump up your spring mood. In order to do that, let us teach you some spring-inspired vocabulary. Learn and lift your spirits!