Irony in act 4 Romeo and Juliet

Paris tells Friar that Paris and Juliet will be married on Thursday dramatic irony
Juliet says she would rather die than marry Paris situational irony
Juliet tells her father that she will marry Paris and be forever ruled by her father. verbal irony
The Capulets and the nurse are joyful while Juliet is taking the potion dramatic irony
Juliet appears to be dead on her wedding day dramatic and situational irony