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An interjection is always A. related to another word in the sentence. B. preceded by preposition. C. intended to show feeling. D. followed by an exclamation point.
An interjection is always intended to show feeling.
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User: An interjection is always A. related to another word in the sentence. B. preceded by preposition. C. intended to show feeling. D. followed by an exclamation point.

Weegy: A. related to another word in the sentence.
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