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Small Talk - Some Exclamatory Phrases

Posted By Manjusha, Filed in English Speaking

Expressing ideas such as joy, admiration, surprise and wonder

Marvellous!
Well Done! Bravo!
Done wonderfully!
Excellent!
How joyful!
Hurrah! I have won!
What a great victory!
How sweet!
How lovely!
What a surprise!
Wonderful!
Congratulations!
What an idea!
What a pleasant surprise!

Expressing ideas such as fear, anger, disappointment, disgust etc.

Oh!
Oh! No!
Woe!
How bad!
How terrible!
How disgraceful!
How absurd!
What a shame!
What nonsense!
How disgusting!
What a pity!
How tragic!

Exclamatory phrases with God

Thank God!
O God!
My God!
Good Heavens!
My Goodness!
By Godís grace!
May God bless you!

 

More English speaking lessons
Meeting people
Telephoning
Telling time
Asking about health
Asking people to repeat
Getting people's attention and offering apologies
Names and titles
Wishing people
Saying Thanks
Saying Please
Meals, drinking
Showing one's attitude to what one is saying
Persuading

 

 

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