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Examples of Irony: There are three types of irony: Situational Irony-where actions or events have the opposite result from what is expected or what is intended. Verbal Irony-where someone says the opposite of what they really mean or intend; sarcasm is a particularly biting form of verbal irony.What is often mistaken for irony?
10 Frequently Confused Literary Terms Irony. Perhaps one of the most frequently confused literary terms is irony. ... Coincidence. Often mistaken for irony, the term coincidence involves a great deal of luck, or chance. ... Metonymy. ... Synecdoche. ... Metaphor. ... Symbol. ... Denotation. ... Connotation. ... Myth. ... Legend. ...What are all the types of irony?
Definition: There are three types of irony: verbal, situational and dramatic. Verbal irony occurs when a speaker’s intention is the opposite of what he or she is saying. Situational irony occurs when the actual result of a situation is totally different from what you’d expect the result to be.