Interpolation? help please

Hi everyone, I’m not stuck at any point yet just baffled, as I keep trying to use interpolation in a string and its just going into the string its self for example:

const sillySentence = (adjective, verb, noun) => {

  return 'I am so ${adjective} because I ${verb}  coding! Time to write some more awesome ${noun} !'


this would literally print it as it is written above.

Is there something I’m missing? I have just used concatenation which is fine I just think interpolation looks better and easier for me to decode in my head.

Thanks in advance guys

Connor :slight_smile:

interpolation (template literals) require the string to be enclosing in backticks/grave-accent (`)

see the docs:

Template literals (Template strings) - JavaScript | MDN

Thank you I knew I was being daft!