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English, 08.11.2019 10:31, bobtothemaxthe1st

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sam was home one night when the lights went out during a thunderstorm. he was looking in the kitchen closet for a flashlight to him see, but it was hard to find the flashlight in the dark without using a flashlight! his circumstances struck sam as pretty funny.

this story contains what kind of irony?
verbal irony
dramatic irony
situational irony
historical irony

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