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    an ironic discourse?

    Dear Friends,

    Which do you prefer:

    1. I will talk about the development of sarcasm as ironic discourse unfolds.

    2. I will talk about the development of sarasm as an ironic discourse unfolds.?

    I guess both are correct.

    Palinkasocsi

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    Re: an ironic discourse?

    What's the context? I don't see how the 'as' fits in- are the sarcasm and the ironic discourse separate?

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