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Is it Situational Irony? (Grade 8)

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Is it Situational Irony?

1. 
Determine whether the scenario below is an example of situational irony.

Two kids are asked to clean up their room. Instead they make a mess. When their mom comes in, she says, "Thanks for all your hard work, guys."
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Not situational irony
2. 
Determine whether the scenario below is an example of situational irony.

A woman is so worried about getting a sunburn that she lathers on SPF 100 sunscreen, wears a hat, and covers up from head to toe before heading to the beach with her friends. At the end of the day, she is the only one with a sunburn.
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Not situational irony
3. 
Determine whether the scenario below is an example of situational irony.

The elevator to get to the elevator company's office is out of order.
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Not situational irony
4. 
Determine whether the scenario below is an example of situational irony.

A pickpocket steals money from people and puts it in his pocket. When he gets home, he discovers someone has pickpocketed him.
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Not situational irony
5. 
Determine whether the scenario below is an example of situational irony.

During a play, the character looks all over for her glasses, but the audience can see she is wearing them on her head.
  1. Situational Irony
  2. Not situational irony

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