WIth the next door neighbor, George. How can you never remember the name?
I am gifted.
I wonder why she's being so careful. She probably doesn't like water.
This is an example of situational irony because normally, when someone offers someone something, they politely accept or politely decline. In this case, the Sakkaros jumped back and rudely declines.
This is an example of verbal irony because George is being sarcastic when he says that he is gifted. He is suggesing himself as the opposite of gifted.
This is an example of dramatic irony because Mrs. Wright thinks that Mrs. Sakkaro is being careful and not letting water drip on her because she is just try to keep the house clean. However, the reader can infer that Mrs. Sakkaro has a problem with water and can't touch it.