Don’t use same to refer to the subject of a sentence.
Incorrect: Your letter arrived and I acknowledge the same with thanks.
Correct: Your letter arrived and I acknowledge it with thanks.
Sarcasm is a figure of speech that describes a passage where the author means the opposite of what is actually said. Sarcasm is a form of irony. Sarcastic remarks are often rude or humorous.
Example: Maybe you should talk on the phone a little louder. I don’t
think everyone in the office could hear your conversation.
Satire is a literary technique where an author makes fun of someone or something in order to create a negative opinion. Satire often uses humor to ridicule the subject.
An author often uses satire to express a strong opinion about someone or something in order to damage or ruin the subject of the satire.
See Display, Monitor, Screen.