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Interjections (Ex # 1): from
Stories of Robin Hood Told to the Children
by Henrietta Elizabeth Marshall


1. But alas! the old knight would scarcely speak to me.

 

2. "Why," replied Robin, "I am a minstrel."
 

3. "Ah," said Robin, "you refuse to answer."
 

4. Now King Richard had a brother who was called Prince John.
 

5. "Well, his money won't last long at this rate."
 

6. "Alas!" he sighed, "she loves me still."
 

7. "Oh! indeed I am a poor man," said the Sheriff.
 

8. "Faith," said she, "I think it is a man called Robin Hood."
 

9. "Aha, my man," he cried, "we have you at last."
 

10.  "Well," said Robin, laughing too, "I must own that you are a 

brave man and a good fighter." 


Writing Exercise

Write a sentence that includes an interjection.