L to J Terminology EXPLAINED

Irony
What is irony?
Definition: Happening in the opposite way to what is expected, and typically causing wry amusement because of this:
“it was ironic that now that everybody had plenty of money for food, they couldn’t obtain it because everything was rationed”
Another Example:
“it’s ironic that a former illiterate is now a successful writer”

Wait WHAT?

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What is an idiom?

Thanks Wiki!

Thanks Wiki!

 

L to J Support:
What is the difference between a satire and a parody?

What is the difference between colloquial language and slang language?
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Metaphor:
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