#1-Inferences: Making inferences is a skill with which students often need much practice.

Making an inference means that you put together clues to draw a reasonable conclusion. It's like being a detective. You use clues to make a good guess about.

What something means,
What happened in the past,
Why something happeded, or
What might happen in the future.

Read the passages and then answer the inferential questions.

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