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verbal & dramatic irony
Updated: 2/21/2019
verbal & dramatic irony
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  • missing flight
  • history
  • .....and so what happened next was
  • Im having SO much of fun!
  • wow..this is SO interesting!
  • The students are clearly very bored and want the lesson to end, however, they are saying that the lesson is very fun and interesting. The students are saying something when they mean the complete opposite, thus this is verbal irony :)
  • WHAT ARE THOSE SOUNDS!?IM HOME ALONE! IM GOING UP TO CHECK...
  • DONT GO UPSTAIRS! THE KILLER IS THERE!
  • WHAT ARE THOSE SOUNDS!?IM HOME ALONE! IM GOING UP TO CHECK...
  • NO!!!
  • The audience know that the killer is upstairs. However, the character does not, so she decides to go upstairs. Since the audience know the situation in the plot that the character doesnt , this is dramatic irony :D
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