# Inferences

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• 1.
When a poem's speaker describes beautiful flowers, bright sunshine and a happy childhood, you might infer that he or she
• A.

Spends a lot of time outside.

• B.

Has a positive outlook on life.

• C.

Writes poems a lot

• D.

Is unhappy most of the time

• 2.
What can you infer based on the following passage? Turner almost wished he hadn't listened to the radio.  He went to the closet and grabbed his umbrella.  He would feel silly carrying it to the bus stop.
• A.

Turner had promised himself to do something silly that morning.

• B.

It was raining outside.

• C.

Turner had to return the umbrella to his teacher.

• D.

Turner had heard a weather forecast that predicted rain.

• 3.
Bill and Jessica are almost done taking turns choosing the players for their teams.  It was Jessica's turn to choose and Kurt was the only person left.  Jessica called Kurt's name. We can infer that
• A.

Kurt is not a very good player.

• B.

Kurt is on Bill's team.

• C.

Kurt is mean.

• 4.
Jesse slowly made his way into the classroom.  He sat in the back row and put his head down.  Mr. Miser announced that today they were playing a trivia game and the winning students would receive extra credit. What can you infer?
• A.

Jesse enjoys Mr. Miser's class.

• B.

Mr. Miser teaches math.

• C.

Jesse does not like Mr. Miser's class.

• D.

Mr. Miser is Jesse's favorite teacher.

• 5.
Help Wanted: Young person to work at Gwinnett Brave's ballpark.  Some sales experience helpful, but not necessary.  Uniform provided.  Apply at concession stand at the corner of Harbins and New Hope. The person who takes this job will probably be
• A.

A major league baseball player.

• B.

An usher.

• C.

A ticket salesman.

• D.

A hot dog vendor.