例句 Example sentence：
nǐ zhēn cōng ming ! zhè me róng yì de tí mù yě huì zuò cuò ?
You are so smart! How did you make a mistake for such an easy question?
Irony refers to the right words or the opposite words, also known as “irony”, “anti-talk”, “anti-words”, etc., which is commonly referred to as “irony”, using words that are contrary to the original meaning to express this meaning, but Containing the meaning of negation, irony and mockery, it is a rhetorical method with a strong emotional color. Regardless of whether it is straight or wrong, it is more powerful than straightforward expression, the tone is stronger, the emotion is more abundant, and the impression is more vivid. The extreme deviation of the vocabulary and the rhetoric makes the illocutionary and illocutionary more profound.
According to the different objects of the speaker and the different feelings of the speaker, irony can be divided into two categories: irony irony and funny irony.
1. Satirical Irony
Satirical irony is to expose, criticize, ridicule, mock, express derogatory irony, and is a commonly seen usage.
2. Funny irony
Funny irony is an irony spoken for the sake of being funny, humorous, and humorous. It literally expresses a derogatory meaning, but actually expresses commendation, either because of deep affection, or because of suspicion, and does not contain irony.