One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used for emphasis or to express emotions such as surprise, anger, or excitement.‘oh my God, I'm so nervous right now’
- ‘Oh my God, how traumatic it must have been.’
- ‘"My god, I have waited so long for you," she told him.’
- ‘When I sat through the induction training there was lots of waving of hands, I thought, "Oh my God, this will be terrible".’
- ‘Oh my god, I can't believe I missed that.’
- ‘My God, who put that music on?’
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