In Act III, Scene 1 of the play, "Romeo and Juliet," Mercutio is killed by Tybalt. This is an example of
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lol...you might want to close this now joker :P
HEY JOKER -WAIT!! Don't be fooled by the term"dramatic". Dramatic irony is when the audience know something that the characters in the play do not. Tybalt killing Mercutio is a well-known example of situational irony because Tybalt intended to kill Romeo, who later kills Tyblat to avenge Mercutio. I am absolutely certain of this question, as i have encountered it before! :)
Its not dramatic
I picked dramatic and got it wrong, it was situational