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  • DRAMATIC IRONY: This occurs when the reader or audience understands more about the events of a story than a character.
  • I love Scott. I am going to surprise him by waiting in his closet so we can have romantic evening.
  • ''No, she's nothing serious. And besides, you know you're the one I love Katie.
  • SITUATIONAL IRONY: This occurs when actually happens is the opposite of what is expected or appropriate.
  • '' Be like Swanson Wisconsin. Do not use drugs.
  • You have enough crystal meth, cocaine, and tranquilizers in your system to murder an elephant.
  • VERBAL IRONY: A character says one thing but really means the opposite.
  • What happened to my car?
  • Great! How wonderful my car is missing!
  • We know that Annie is waiting in the closet to surprise her finance, Scott, with a romantic evening. He does not know that and he is talking to his girlfriend on the phone.
  • Swanson Wisconsin's billboard says, "Don't use Drugs", but when she was involved in an accident, her blood showed she used a lot of drugs.
  • Jack said, "Great," when his car was stolen, but he meant the opposite. He was upset.
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