“eh” EXCLAMATION
Used to represent a sound made in speech, especially one used to express enquiry, surprise, or to elicit agreement.
‘‘Eh? What’s this?’’
Origin – Natural utterance: first recorded in English in the mid 16th century.

“oh” EXCLAMATION
Used to express a range of emotions including surprise, anger, disappointment, or joy, or when reacting to a remark.
‘‘Oh no,’ said Daisy, appalled’
‘Me? Oh, I’m fine’
‘oh, shut up’
Used to express disbelief.
Origin – Mid 16th century English: variant of O.

“ooh” – interjection
1. an exclamation of surprise, pleasure, pain, etc

“ah” EXCLAMATION
Used to express a range of emotions including surprise, pleasure, sympathy, and realization.
‘ah, there you are!’
Origin – Middle English: from Old French.

“whoa” EXCLAMATION
Used to express surprise, interest, or alarm, or to command attention.
‘whoa, that’s huge!’
‘whoa dudes!’
Origin – Late Middle English: variant of ho.

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  1. PART 1 [2007-2012]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xX0QfA1z2aY
    PART 2 [Japanese Singles]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo_T5S5Sbx4

    *TIMELINE*
    0:09 – I Got A Boy
    1:43 – Mr. Mr.
    3:18 – Catch Me If You Can
    4:52 – Party
    6:42 – Lion Heart
    7:59 – You Think
    9:17 – Sailing (그 여름) (0805)
    10:05 – Holiday
    11:31 – All Night
    12:58 – 2013-2017 Tally
    13:18 – English Averages
    13:32 – EVERY SNSD single English ranking

  2. Ayo GG

  3. thank for made this amazing video!

  4. 0:52 did u notice they say chicken?

  5. hey if u dont notice snsd got new song why u dont count?

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