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2016-03-25T20:28:15+08:00

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Irony is something like; the meaning of something is exact opposite of the meaning you expect. Like, I actually fear long words. I did some reasearch, and I found out it was hippopotomonstro sesquipedia liophobia. Arrrgh!
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Irony is the use of words whose meaning is the opposite of what is really meant by the person saying or writing.

An example of an irony story is THE NECKLACE

It is a story of a woman who wanted to look like a rich lady during a party she then borrowed a necklace but the necklace was lost, so she and her husband borrowed money to replace the lost necklace and spent ten years of hardwork to pay back the money that was lent. after ten years, it happened that the lady met the owner of the necklace it was only then she told her about the lost necklace it was only then she was told that the necklace was a fake.

The situational irony 0f the story is that he readers and and the lady did not expect for the necklace to be fake. Also, the  desire to be rich. But because of the kady's desire to be rich or to seem rich, they end up actually becoming poor.


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