Interjections are words or phrases used to show feelings or emotions! Just about any word in English can be used as an interjection. Often, interjections stand alone and are not part of a sentence. They are often placed before a sentence. Interjections are usually followed by a comma or exclamation point. We often add an adverb to an interjection to further express or emphasize a feeling or emotion. Interjections are not needed to form a sentence. Remember that all sentences in English must have at least one verb. “Alrighty and Okay” are used to express agreement or consent. These words are also used as “Discourse markers”.