Three Types of Irony

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  • Dramatic Irony
  • Where's Kate?
  • Where's Johnny?
  • THANKS SWISHER SAM AND BALLER BILLY
  • Situational Irony
  • I always thought(since I'm the best on the team) I would make the game winner... but way to go dude
  • HOLY CRAP BROKE SHOT BOB YOU'VE NEVER MADE A SHOT IN YOUR LIFE AND YOU JUST MADE THE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME WINNER
  • Verbal Irony
  • Good job smart one..... you spilled you're OJ on me
  • Dramatic Irony: when the reader knows something the characters don't This describes Dramatic Irony because the one whose looking at the picture can tell Johnny and Kate are looking for each, but can't find each other. So the one who's looking at the picture knows something that the character doesn't.
  • Situational Irony: When something happens, but the opposite happened of what was intended Broke Shot Bob sucks at basketball and made the game winning shot, when Baller Billy is the best on the team and was intended to make the shot
  • Verbal Irony: when someone says the opposite of what they mean Sally says good job to Pedro but means the opposite because she's upset he spilled his orange juice on him
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