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Unformatted text preview: 5. When does the climax of the play occur? At the very last part, do you still what to go to the movies? Sure thing. Waiter! 6. Is Sure Thing a romantic comedy or a farce? I think Sure Thing is a romantic comedy not a farce. Li, 2 7. Sure Thing was not a funny play because it isnt realistic. Conversations just dont happen this way. Discuss that opinion. Do you agree or disagree? I disagree with this opinion. Sure Thing , to me, is a funny play. However, it is not only a funny play, but it also reflects the city life in our modern society. The author cleverly employs what if in this funny play. With each attempt after the bell rings, the two characters dialogs are deeper and more complete. I do not deny that some of their dialogs are dramatic, but it is a play, which not only shows the real peoples life, but also is in a dramatic and exaggerating way....
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- Spring '08