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  • Question 1
    180 seconds
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    Bill and Sid collect cans. They sell the cans to a recycling center. Lately business has been so good that they have divided their work in half. Bill's area includes a park where teams play baseball every day. Sid collects cans from the office buildings and stores.


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Many people drink canned drinks.

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    Inference

  • Question 2
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Bill and Sid collect cans. They sell the cans to a recycling center. Lately business has been so good that they have divided their work in half. Bill's area includes a park where teams play baseball every day. Sid collects cans from the office buildings and stores.


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Sid's route includes office buildings.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 3
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Bill and Sid collect cans. They sell the cans to a recycling center. Lately business has been so good that they have divided their work in half. Bill's area includes a park where teams play baseball every day. Sid collects cans from the office buildings and stores.


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Bill and Sid earn more money now than when they started.

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    Inference

  • Question 4
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Bill and Sid collect cans. They sell the cans to a recycling center. Lately business has been so good that they have divided their work in half. Bill's area includes a park where teams play baseball every day. Sid collects cans from the office buildings and stores.


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Bill's route includes a park.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 5
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Frank loved to play tennis, and he was on the tennis court every day. Frank could hit the ball very hard. He was a good player. One day he met his friend Jim for a game of tennis. Jim had just started playing tennis. After the game Frank said, "I will help you with your shots, Jim."


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Frank loves to play tennis.

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    Inference

  • Question 6
    300 seconds
    Q.

    Frank loved to play tennis, and he was on the tennis court every day. Frank could hit the ball very hard. He was a good player. One day he met his friend Jim for a game of tennis. Jim had just started playing tennis. After the game Frank said, "I will help you with your shots, Jim."


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Frank and Jim met for a game of tennis.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 7
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Frank loved to play tennis, and he was on the tennis court every day. Frank could hit the ball very hard. He was a good player. One day he met his friend Jim for a game of tennis. Jim had just started playing tennis. After the game Frank said, "I will help you with your shots, Jim."


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Frank won the game.

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    Inference

  • Question 8
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Frank loved to play tennis, and he was on the tennis court every day. Frank could hit the ball very hard. He was a good player. One day he met his friend Jim for a game of tennis. Jim had just started playing tennis. After the game Frank said, "I will help you with your shots, Jim."


    Is the following sentence a fact or inference?

    Jim was not a good tennis player.

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    Inference

  • Question 9
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Each year during the last week in April, the old man began his garden. He planted tomatoes during the second week in May. He weeded the garden as the plants grew. By the middle of summer, the tomatoes were ready to sell. Many people bought them. They liked his red, ripe tomatoes. By labor Day it was time for the old man to pull up all his tomato plants.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    The old man worked hard to grow tomatoes.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 10
    180 seconds
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    Each year during the last week in April, the old man began his garden. He planted tomatoes during the second week in May. He weeded the garden as the plants grew. By the middle of summer, the tomatoes were ready to sell. Many people bought them. They liked his red, ripe tomatoes. By labor Day it was time for the old man to pull up all his tomato plants.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    The tomatoes were not good after Labor Day.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 11
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Each year during the last week in April, the old man began his garden. He planted tomatoes during the second week in May. He weeded the garden as the plants grew. By the middle of summer, the tomatoes were ready to sell. Many people bought them. They liked his red, ripe tomatoes. By labor Day it was time for the old man to pull up all his tomato plants.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    He weeded the garden as the plants grew.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 12
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Each year during the last week in April, the old man began his garden. He planted tomatoes during the second week in May. He weeded the garden as the plants grew. By the middle of summer, the tomatoes were ready to sell. Many people bought them. They liked his red, ripe tomatoes. By labor Day it was time for the old man to pull up all his tomato plants.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    He sold tomatoes for a short time.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 13
    180 seconds
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    Biltmore House is the largest house in the world. It has 250 rooms. George Vanderbilt had the house built near Asheville, North Carolina. Vanderbilt was the son of an American family that made a fortune in the railroad business.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Vanderbilt had the house built.

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    Inference

  • Question 14
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    Biltmore House is the largest house in the world. It has 250 rooms. George Vanderbilt had the house built near Asheville, North Carolina. Vanderbilt was the son of an American family that made a fortune in the railroad business.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Biltmore House is in North Carolina.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 15
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Biltmore House is the largest house in the world. It has 250 rooms. George Vanderbilt had the house built near Asheville, North Carolina. Vanderbilt was the son of an American family that made a fortune in the railroad business.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Vanderbilt was rich.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 16
    180 seconds
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    Biltmore House is the largest house in the world. It has 250 rooms. George Vanderbilt had the house built near Asheville, North Carolina. Vanderbilt was the son of an American family that made a fortune in the railroad business.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Biltmore House has 250 rooms.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 17
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Many books and movies have been written about the story of Robin Hood. Robin Hood was a folk hero who robbed rich and gave what he took to the poor. Robin Hood is said to have lived in Sherwood Forest. He lived with a band of merry men. Many people have tried to prove he was a real person. But so far no one has been able to show that he really lived.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Robin Hood is a popular story.

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    Fact

    Inference

  • Question 18
    180 seconds
    Q.

    Many books and movies have been written about the story of Robin Hood. Robin Hood was a folk hero who robbed rich and gave what he took to the poor. Robin Hood is said to have lived in Sherwood Forest. He lived with a band of merry men. Many people have tried to prove he was a real person. But so far no one has been able to show that he really lived.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    People admire Robin Hood.

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    Inference

  • Question 19
    180 seconds
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    Many books and movies have been written about the story of Robin Hood. Robin Hood was a folk hero who robbed rich and gave what he took to the poor. Robin Hood is said to have lived in Sherwood Forest. He lived with a band of merry men. Many people have tried to prove he was a real person. But so far no one has been able to show that he really lived.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    Robin Hood cared about the poor.

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    Inference

  • Question 20
    180 seconds
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    Many books and movies have been written about the story of Robin Hood. Robin Hood was a folk hero who robbed rich and gave what he took to the poor. Robin Hood is said to have lived in Sherwood Forest. He lived with a band of merry men. Many people have tried to prove he was a real person. But so far no one has been able to show that he really lived.


    Is the following sentence a fact or an inference?

    No one can prove that Robin Hood really lived.

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    Fact

    Inference

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