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Jun 14th, 2015
An example of verbal irony in real life was when a certain classmate
of mine talked of a mass gaming session during the Combined Sports Meet.
However, when we entered the classroom, we could only spot the
individual sitting at the back of the class playing alone.
Another greatest examples is in "The Comedy of Errors" where we, the audience,
know that the two sets of identical twins are at last in the same city
but the characters don't find out till the end. Another example: In
Moliere's play, "Amphytrion," we know that the God Jupiter has disguised
himself as General Amphytrion to make love to the general's wife, which
he does, but the characters, again, after much travail, don't find out
till the last scene.