Inferencing
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• Question 1
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Q. When you use details or evidence in a text to draw a conclusion, you _____.
a. summarize
b. problem solve
c. identify the main idea
d. infer
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Q. Inferencing means ________.
a. understanding exactly what the text says
b. using logic to read between the lines
c. determining what's a fact and what's an opinion
d. using word parts to decode an unknown word
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Q. When you "read between the lines" you ______.
a. make an educated guess about things that aren't written down
b. look for the very small print in between the lines of a book
d. read two things at once
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Q. 4. Which statement about an inference is correct?
a. an inference is not based on any evidence.
b. an inference is based only on what a text says.
c. an inference always turns out to be right.
d. an inference requires that you use clues.
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Q. It is snowing. Your friend Justina is coming to a sleep over. She texts you that she's on her way but will be late. What is the BEST inference you could make?
a. Justina is doing her homework.
b. Justina is babysitting her brother.
c. Traffic is slow due to the weather.
d. Justina can't come to your house.
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Q. Terrence is camping alone. It is dry and windy out. He falls asleep in his sleeping bag near the blazing campfire. What is the BEST inference you could make?
a. There will be a hurricane.
b. Someone will stop by.
c. An animal will leap into the flames.
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Q. A girl tells you her cat's name is Grumpy Gus. You might infer that the cat ________.
a. is a kitten
b. is often in a bad mood
c. is large
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Q. Ben is auditioning for a part in the school play. He's been fine all day, but right before the audition he says he feels sick. You might infer that Ben __________.
a. is nervous about the audition
b. is happy about the play
c. never gets sick
d. is allergic to peanuts
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Q. Your mother is wearing a rain coat. What she comes inside, she puts an umbrella. The BEST inference you could make is that ________.
a. she is picking your brother up from school.
b. she needs to go grocery shopping
c. it is raining outside
d. it is May
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Q. James is standing near the corner when a bus roars by. James yelps and runs after it, waving his arms frantically. The BEST inference you can make is that James ________.
a. is going on a field trip
b. is training to run a race
c. wanted to ride that bus
d. recognized someone on the bus
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Max was baking some cookies, but then he got an important phone call. He returned a few minutes later to a smoke filled kitchen. What can you infer?

The oven has turned off.

A candle was blown out in the kitchen.

The cookies are cooling on the baking pan.

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Mike had fun hiking in the woods and doing crafts. He also really enjoyed the campfire sing-a-long and had made a lot of new friends. Still, he was glad that tomorrow he would be going home.

Where is Mike?

at camp

at a slumber party

on a picnic

in California

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Q. Ben is auditioning for a part in the school play. He's been fine all day, but right before the audition he says he feels sick. You might infer that Ben __________.
a. is nervous about the audition
b. is happy about the play
c. never gets sick
d. is allergic to peanuts
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Q. You see snowflakes coming down outside and you can smell hot cocoa cooking on the stove. You see red and green decorations all around the house. What time of year can you infer that it is?
Thanksgiving
Valentine's Day
Christmas
4th of July
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Q. “You don’t know what you’re missing,” Jimesha shouted into the phone over the loud music of the party.“Nah, I’m too tired,” Amber said.“Well, suit yourself, but you’ll be sorry,” Jimesha replied.
What is happening?
Jimesha wants Amber to come out.
Jimesha is coming to Amber’s house.
Jimesha is coming to Amber’s house.
Amber hasn’t been sleeping very well.
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Q. Macey's mom noticed that she was squinting as she read her book, which was only a few inches away from her face. She scheduled a doctor's appointment for the next week, and when the doctor said Macey needed glasses, she tried on every single pair in the office. After spending an hour looking at glasses, mom suggested that perhaps she should sleep on it and come back and decide in the morning. Macey agreed, but she kept talking about the pros and cons of each pair all night long.
What can you infer about Macey?
She likes to waste her mom's time.
She is picky because she doesn't want glasses.
She liked some of the glasses, but she has trouble making decisions.
She wants her mom to pick the glasses for her.
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Q. As the teacher lectured the class about how important it was to pay attention, Brian found himself staring out the window again. Suddenly, a little boy came up to the window and peeked in. The boy blew a bubble with his gum and it exploded all over his face and the window. Brian began laughing so hard he fell out of his seat. The rest of the class silently stared at him as the teacher walked to his desk.
What can you infer about how the teacher will react?
She will help him up and give him a piece of gum.
She will scold him for not paying attention in class because she never saw the boy in the window.
She will think it is funny that he is on the ground and laugh at him.
She will pretend she doesn't see him and ignore his behavior.
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Q. Jake is Amanda’s older brother. One day they are walking home from school when a cold front rolls in and the temperature drops 20 degrees. Jake is dressed more appropriately for the weather than Amanda. He takes off his hooded sweatshirt and offers it to her. She gratefully accepts. Jake is now colder, but he is happier. What character trait does Jake demonstrate?
Athletic
Kindhearted
Grateful
Thoughtless
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Q. The teacher asked Lucia what the answer was to the problem on the board. Lucia wore a worried expression on her face for a moment and then put her head down on the desk without answering. After the teacher moved on to someone else, Lucia whispered to her friend that the answer was 26. Lucia was right.   What character trait does Lucia demonstrate?
Bashful
Hilarious
Dishonest
Energetic
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Q. Armando’s car broke down in the woods and his phone wasn’t getting a signal. He used his car antenna as a spear and caught fresh salmon. He started a fire with sparks from his car battery, and he ate the cooked salmon while waiting for help to arrive.  What character trait does Armando demonstrate?
Silly
Depressed
Bright
Furious
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Q. Javier was shopping at the grocery store for some olives. He needed a lot of olives, so he grabbed the large jar off of the shelf. Then he noticed the price. The large jar contained 20 oz. of olives and it cost \$3.99. He looked at the small jar of olives. It contained 10 oz. of olives and cost \$1.49. Javier put the large jar back and purchased two small jars of olives.   What character trait does Javier demonstrate?
Heroic
Cruel
Angry
Intelligent
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Q. As I walked in the door, I was amazed at the beautiful colors and smells. I knew it would be hard to decide what I would buy with my \$3. The chocolate truffles looked delicious, but they were expensive. The jelly beans were not only cheaper, but so colorful! With so much to choose from, I knew I would be here a long time. Where am I?
Gas station
Candy store
Grocery store
Shoe store
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Q. Every day after work Paul took his muddy boots off on the steps of the front porch.  Alice would have a fit if the boots made it so far as the welcome mat.  He then took off his dusty overalls and threw them into a plastic garbage bag; Alice left a new garbage bag tied to the porch railing for him every morning.  On his way in the house, he dropped the garbage bag off at the washing machine and went straight up the stairs to the shower as he was instructed.  He would eat dinner with her after he was "presentable," as Alice had often said.
What type of work does Paul do?
A lawyer
a construction worker
a doctor
a garbage man
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Q. Every day after work Paul took his muddy boots off on the steps of the front porch.  Alice would have a fit if the boots made it so far as the welcome mat.  He then took off his dusty overalls and threw them into a plastic garbage bag; Alice left a new garbage bag tied to the porch railing for him every morning.  On his way in the house, he dropped the garbage bag off at the washing machine and went straight up the stairs to the shower as he was instructed.  He would eat dinner with her after he was "presentable," as Alice had often said.
Based on the text, how do you know Paul works in construction?
He has tools
He goes straight up the stairs to shower
His boots are muddy and his overalls are dusty
He wears a hat
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Q. My dog Jack is very friendly, and he likes to be around people. Yesterday, our neighbors were having a party, and we all went over to cookout and swim at their house. We could hear Jack barking loudly from our backyard. After a little while, he got quiet, so we thought he had finally calmed down. But, several minutes later, all of the adults start laughing, and I see a black blur and hear a giant splash at the other end of the pool. Why was Jack barking?
He wanted to be at the party
The neighbors were making too much noise
He was hungry
He wanted to go outside
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Q. Brittany's mom walks into the kitchen wearing her sun hat and a pair of old shoes. “Those vegetable plants are growing by leaps and bounds!” she exclaims to Brittany, as she takes off a dirty glove and wipes a smudge of dirt off her face. Where was Brittany's mom?
At the store
At the doctor's office
In the garden
At the airport
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For hopeful professional football players, the prospect of being drafted can seem overwhelming because the odds are often against them. One way for players to stand out is to be in top physical condition. Potential football players have to be able to show coaches their power and abilities. Athletes have to show how strong and fast they are and should be able to show coaches and scouts the ways they can take advantage of their size. Opportunities for athletes to showcase their abilities include the 40-yard dash and the vertical jump. The vertical jump requires players to jump from a standing position and some top athletes can jump over 40 inches.

Many hopeful athletes do not get drafted to play football.

The vertical jump is a requirement.

The 40-yard dash is a short race.

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When the internet first became popular in the United States, Wi-Fi was not an option. Computers all across the country used phone lines to connect to the internet, which was known as dial-up internet. In hindsight, there were lots of problems with dial-up internet, but at the time it was the only option many people had to access the internet. Dial-up internet required an open phone line, so if someone’s parents were on the phone, then getting on the internet to do homework would have to wait. When someone called, the internet connection was often lost. Once internet service became popular, a lot of people had trouble connecting and would have to wait to log on to the internet. While there were many drawbacks to dial-up internet, the benefits outweighed them at the time.

You could not use the internet and make a call from the same phone line.

The phone lines were not connected to the internet

You could use the internet and make a call from the same phone line.

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Gina looked in the mirror at the bright red pustule on her nose. She poked at it carefully, afraid that it might burst on her dress. It was large and painful. The more she prodded it, the larger it got. This is not how it was supposed to go! Gina thought to herself. Then she began crying. Her mother yelled up the stairs, "Gina! Eric is here!" This news made Gina even more upset.

Who is Eric?

Her date

Her friend

Her older brother

Her dog

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Iggy squinted as he tried to see through the holes in the ski mask. He could make out the large bag on the counter. The frightened woman who put it there now had both hands raised. Iggy exited the first set of doors but stopped in the entryway. Soon the windows of the building pulsated with blue and red lights. Iggy hurriedly walked back into the building.

What is Iggy doing in the building?