Verbal irony is when the narrator says something they don't actually mean. Example, Say it is poring rain and someone walks out and says "what a beautiful day it is." That is verbal irony.


Verbal irony is when the narrator says something they don't actually mean. Example, Say it is poring rain and someone walks out and says "what a beautiful day it is." That is verbal irony.

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Verbal irony is when the narrator says something they don't actually mean. Example, Say it is poring rain and someone walks out and says "what a be…


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Verbal irony is when the narrator says something they don't actually mean. Example, Say it is poring rain and someone walks out and says "what a beautiful day it is." That is verbal irony.

Grade(s): 8

Subject(s): ELA

Standard(s): L.8.5.A

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Verbal irony is when the narrator says something they don't actually mean. Example, Say it is poring rain and someone walks out and says "what a beautiful day it is." That is verbal irony. is a educational Infographics - By Lindsey Oxley.It helps students in grades 8 practice the following standards L.8.5.A.

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1. L.8.5.A : Interpret figures of speech (e.g. verbal irony, puns) in context..