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DICTUM - FACTUM: from Research to Policy Making
The article considers using English evaluative adjectives as interjections. Following Bloh, we treat the interjection as a class of functional words within the system of the parts of speech. We believe that the interjection comprises two kinds of units: the ones in the form of a word, a phrase or a sentence used to express emotions and volition ('interjections proper') and those used in the function of the interjection ('interjection-like units'). In accord with that, two subtypes aredoi:10.32743/dictum-factum.2020.32-41 fatcat:w2tyag2ltbhg3ecsmoddyugvzm