Moving to a new school had been tough for Janie, but things were finally turning around. She was
making friends and she even received an invitation to Angie's pool party. There was one problem: Janie
didn't know how to swim. Janie felt like admitting this might risk her new friendships. So she decided to
go to the party and pretend like she knew how to swim. The first hour of the party went by swimmingly
Janie floated on a large raft and gossiped with the other girls. Then the girls started doing cannonballs and
dives. Bridget did a jackknife. Angie did a can-opener. Now all eyes were on Janie. Bridget started
teasing her "Let's see what you can do, Brainy Janie!" Janie didn't know how to respond. Then Angie
egged her on, "Come on, Janie. Do a flip!" Janie felt this tremendous pressure building, so she paddled to
the edge of the pool and climbed out. How hard could it be? Janie thought Angie and the other girls
couldn't wait to see what kind of wild jump Janie would attempt. Little did they know how wild things
were going to get
Which type of irony is used?
Explain your answer
hancock was president of congress when the declaration of independence was adopted and signed. he is primarily remembered by americans for his large, flamboyant signature on the declaration, so much so that "john hancock" became, in the united states, an informal synonym for signature.
where is the poem at?