ONLINE ACTIVITY 1: PARADOS AND SCENE 1Irony Chart Irony is a difference between appearance and reality. Dramatic irony occurs when something is known tothe reader or audience but not to the characters. Throughout the play, examples of dramatic irony occurbecause the audience knows Iago’s true intentions while the characters do not. As you read, use theirony chart below to track examples of dramatic irony. Identify a quote from the play that is ironic andexplain the irony.Irony is very effective in emphasizing the hero’s downfall as illustrated in Oedipus Rex Irony. Theaudience looks at Oedipus suffering his cruel destiny without considering him less than a hero.QUESTION:Quote lines from the Parados and Scene 1 examples of a. tragic irony; b. verbal irony; c. irony ofsituation. Indicate them in the chart. 5 examples for each type of irony. If the chart is not enough foryour answers, then add the grid.