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Inferences

Quiz by Gina Smith

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  • Q1
    An inference is....
    Making a guess without evidence
    Retelling a text
    Information written directly into the text
    Text evidence + what you know
    30s
  • Q2
    Tim looked out the window. The house looked so lonely. Tim's father put the last suitcase in the trunk and started up the car. Thor, his dog, put his head on Tim's lap, like he understood how Tim was feeling. "It's okay Thor," he said, "Dad says we will like California." What is happening?
    Tim is taking a trip to visit people he doesn't know.
    Tim is sad because his dog doesn't have a house to live in.
    Tim is moving to California with his family.
    Tim is taking Thor to live with his grandmother.
    30s
  • Q3
    Joseph and Caitlin were choosing the players for their teams. It was Caitlin's turn to choose, and only Jason was left. Caitlin said, "Jason." We can infer that...
    Caitlin wanted Jason on her team.
    Jason was the best player.
    Caitlin had a hard time choose a team member.
    Jason was not a very good player.
    30s
  • Q4
    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?
    on a picnic
    at a slumber party
    at camp
    in CaliforniaCl
    30s
  • Q5
    Everett held his father's hand as he crossed the busy parking lot. They walked into a grocery store. Everett's dad lifted him into the seat of the shopping cart. “Here,”said dad, “You can hold my shopping list.” You can infer that...
    Everett had never been to a grocery store
    Everett's dad needs help with shopping
    Everett's dad does not shop often
    Everett is very young
    30s
  • Q6
    Rachel was on her way to volunteer at the animal shelter. She was very excited! She really liked dogs. Her brother was allergic to dogs, however, so she was rarely around them. Rachel had a lot of fun playing with the puppies. But after her shift, itchy bumps appeared on her arms. It is likely that:
    Rachel was already sick
    Rachel is allergic to dogs too
    Rachel fell into poison ivy
    Mosquitoes bit Rachel
    30s
  • Q7
    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?
    Candy store
    Grocery store
    Shoe store
    Gas station
    30s
  • Q8
    Mr. Martin looked at his watch. Then, he took a bus list out of his bag and looked at it for a moment. A few minutes later, he looked at his watch again and sighed. Why does Mr. Martin keep looking at his watch?
    The bus is late
    His car is out of gas
    His watch is cool
    His watch is broken
    30s
  • Q9
    Tiffany held her breath as her teacher returned the math test the class had taken last week. Tiffany had not studied very hard or long for the test, and she was worried about her grade. Her teacher handed Tiffany her test. Tiffany groaned and put her head down on her desk. We can infer that:
    Tiffany earned a bad grade on the test
    Tiffany is angry at her teacher
    Tiffany is tired
    Tiffany received a good grade on the test
    30s
  • Q10
    When making an inference, the most important thing is...
    Being able to prove your inference using evidence from the text
    The topic of the text
    The characters in the text
    What you know about the topic
    30s

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