Which situation is an example of dramatic irony?
o cassius refers to caesar as a god but does not think he is fit to rule rome.
brutus says that he is ill when he is really just upset about the plot to kill caesar.
the audience knows all about the plot to kill caesar, but caesar himself knows nothing.
o brutus knows that caesar is not the type to want to be king, but joins the plot anyway.
the third choice.
dramatic irony is when the audience knows something that one or more of the characters do not know.
correct answer: her concern with a party instead of mr. bunbury’s health.
wilde, the author, in his play "the importance of being earnest", made fun of victorian society, which placed too much importance of irrelevant things. lady bracknell was the epitome of that kind of society and behavior; he uses the character of lady bracknell to depict that mockery
hope this .
a few of the committee members did not attend.
simple predicate. this is the correct version. "attend" is the main verb. as there is one verb , the predicate is simple. the verb says what the subject : a few of the committee member did not do: to attend the meeting.
these options are wrong:
-predicate adjective. in the given sentence, there is not any adjective in the predicate attached to the subject through "to be". for example, in this sentence: the committee members were tired. , the underlined word is a predicative adjective.
-predicate nominative. in the given sentence, there is not a noun in the predicate attached to the subject though the verb "to be". for example, in this sentence: it is mrs charlston. , the underlined word is a predicative nominative.
-complete predicate. in the given sentence, there are not two verbs. for example, in the sentence: the committee discussed and voted for a solution., the underlined verbs make up a complete predicate.
o cassius refers to caesar as a god but does...