Interjections are always fun to study! What are interjections? They are words or phrases we use to express emotion, surprise, shock, joy and more! Just about any word in English can be used as an interjection. If you use just one word to express yourself, it is an interjection. Remember that all sentences must contain at least one verb or it is not a sentence! This is the general rule to create a complete sentence. There is also the term “Minor sentence”. This is when we use one word or phrase to refer to a complete statement. The listener must fully understand the subject and what the interjection refers to. In general, “My God” as an interjection should be avoided in everyday speech. Using the word “God” this way, may be offensive to some. There are other ways to express what you mean without using the word “God”. “Darn it” is a better way of saying “Damn it”. The word “Damn” may be offensive to others.