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A/An ________ is a word used to show feeling. A. pronoun B. conjunction C. interjection D. preposition
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User: A/An ________ is a word used to show feeling. A. pronoun B. conjunction C. interjection D. preposition

Weegy: Without is a peposition.



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An INTERJECTION is a word used to show feeling.
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