Inferences And Conclusions Quiz

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The inference is the process of concluding the given facts. This informative quiz on inferences and conclusions is aimed at testing your understanding of the concept. The quiz contains various informative questions that are sure to test and challenge you. If you score above 6 on the quiz, you can consider yourself a master in inference. The quiz contains diverse questions ranging from easy, medium, and hard. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Turner almost wished that 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 on such a sunny morning. What probably happened?
    • A. 

      Turner realized that he had an unnatural fear of falling radio parts

    • B. 

      Turner had promised himself to do something silly that morning

    • C. 

      Turner had heard a weather forecast that predicted rain

    • D. 

      Turner planned to trade his umbrella for a bus ride

  • 2. 
    When Mrs. Kosich saw Ralph walk into her clothing store, she greeted him by name. Mrs. Kosich took Ralph by the arm and led him to a table stacked with new sweaters. Soon she was holding up a red sweater and nodding her head and smiling. Ralph, who had come in only for a pair of socks, started nodding his head along with her. “Not bad,” he said, as he reached for his wallet. What inference can you make from the fact that Mrs. Kosich greets Ralph by name?  
    • A. 

      Mrs. Kosich has guessed Ralph’s name

    • B. 

      Ralph is wearing a name tag

    • C. 

      Mrs. Kosich already knows Ralph

    • D. 

      Ralph is Mrs. Kosich’s son

  • 3. 
    What inference can you make about Mrs. Kosich?
    • A. 

      She does not like to talk to customers

    • B. 

      She is an aggressive salesperson

    • C. 

      She makes lots of money in her store

    • D. 

      She sells more socks than sweaters

  • 4. 
    At the end of this passage, what conclusion can the reader draw?
    • A. 

      Ralph will never come back to Mrs. Kosich’s store

    • B. 

      Ralph will choose another sweater to buy

    • C. 

      Ralph will buy a pair of socks, as he intended

    • D. 

      Ralph will buy the red sweater

  • 5. 
    Many language specialists write novels.
    • A. 

      Some language specialists do not write novels

    • B. 

      It is not necessary for novelists to be language specialists

    • C. 

      Language speciality is highly helpful to write novels

    • D. 

      Language speciality is essential for writing novels

  • 6. 
    "Larry, as your boss, I must say that it’s been very interesting working with you," Miss Valdez said. "However, it seems that our company’s needs and your performance style are not well matched. Therefore, it makes me very sad to have to ask you to resign your position effective today." What was Miss Valdez telling Larry?
    • A. 

      She would feel really bad if he decided to quit

    • B. 

      He was being fired

    • C. 

      He was getting a raise in pay

    • D. 

      She really enjoyed having him in the office

  • 7. 
    Bill and Jessica were almost done taking turns choosing players for their teams. It was Jessica’s turn to choose, and only Kurt was left. Jessica said, "Kurt." We can infer that
    • A. 

      Kurt is not a very good player

    • B. 

      Jessica was pleased to have Kurt on her team

    • C. 

      Kurt was the best player on either team

    • D. 

      Jessica was inconsiderate of Kurt’s feelings

  • 8. 
    Mending by Judith Viorst A giant hand inside my chest Stretches out and takes My heart within its mighty grasp And squeezes till it breaks. A gentle hand inside my chest, With mending tape and glue, Patches up my heart until It’s almost good as new. I ought to know by now that Broken hearts will heal again. But while I wait for glue and tape, The pain! The pain! The pain! The poem is probably about
    • A. 

      A woman

    • B. 

      A man

    • C. 

      A broken heart

    • D. 

      Heart surgery

  • 9. 
    Mending by Judith Viorst A giant hand inside my chest Stretches out and takes My heart within its mighty grasp And squeezes till it breaks. A gentle hand inside my chest, With mending tape and glue, Patches up my heart until It’s almost good as new. I ought to know by now that Broken hearts will heal again. But while I wait for glue and tape, The pain! The pain! The pain! It can be inferred that the subject of the poem
    • A. 

      Is in a lot of physical pain

    • B. 

      Enjoys arts and crafts

    • C. 

      Is a good friend

    • D. 

      Has had a broken heart before

  • 10. 
    People are always less happy to accept scientific data they feel contradicts their preconceived beliefs. No surprise here; no human likes to be wrong. But science isn't supposed to care about preconceived notions. Science, at least good science, tells us about the world as it is, and not as some wish it to be. Sometimes what science finds is consistent with a particular religion's wishes. But usually it is not.
    • A. 

      A good science is rejected by people

    • B. 

      Science and religion are same

    • C. 

      Science is based on concrete results obtained through testing the hypothesis

    • D. 

      None of the above

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