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Introduction to irony

AUTHOR: Liz Sparg

PUBLISHER: FunDza Literacy Trust

LANGUAGE: English

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Irony exists when what happens is very different from what is expected or intended/meant to happen or, when a person expresses very different feelings from what they mean or intend Examples: A man checks all his tyres and, as he drives out his garage, he gets a flat tyre. (This is ironic because he had just checked his tyres and so you expect that there will be no problem) He says, “Wonderful! What a great start to my day!” (This is ironic because he actually means the opposite – it is a terrible start to the day!)

2 Responses

  1. This is very funny and educative as well

    Igwilo Vincent
    23 Nov 2016 at 20:23
  2. This is great

    Andyt Ronex
    19 Aug 2016 at 06:40

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