French Interjections: list and examples
Here’s a lesson on French Interjections with examples:
Interjections are words or expressions used to express strong emotions, such as surprise, happiness, or anger.
They are not grammatically linked to the sentence, but are often placed at the beginning or end of a sentence to express a speaker’s feelings.
Here is a list of some common French interjections and examples:
- Oh! – Oh, non! (Oh, no!)
- Ah! – Ah, c’est incroyable! (Ah, it’s incredible!)
- Hé! – Hé, attends un peu! (Hey, wait a minute!)
- Eh bien! – Eh bien, qu’est-ce qui se passe? (Well, what’s going on?)
- Voilà! – Voilà, c’est fait! (There you go, it’s done!)
- Allons! – Allons, ne sois pas triste! (Come on, don’t be sad!)
- Oui! – Oui, j’adore ça! (Yes, I love it!)
- Non! – Non, je n’aime pas ça! (No, I don’t like it!)
- Aïe! – Aïe, ça fait mal! (Ouch, it hurts!)
- Hou! – Hou, quelle surprise! (Wow, what a surprise!)
Note: The pronunciation and spelling of French interjections can vary depending on regional dialects.
I hope this helps with your French lesson! If you have any other questions or need more clarification, feel free to ask.