The definition of a inference, is a conclusion or opinion that is formed because of known facts or evidence.
"My school has began a new campaign aganist bullying, so there have been anti-bullying posters plastered all over the walls of the school like the ugly wall-paper on the walls of my grandma's living room".
My inference on what this person is trying to say is that there is a lot of bullying at their school and kids are committing suicides, and kids are running away from school because of bullying.
My sister got caught smoking a cigarette by my mother, who is not someone you want to get caught by.
My inference on what the person is trying to say is that smoking is bad for you and you should be smoking, because if your mom finds out your dead.
Compulsive liars are obviously hard to trust; it's just that simple. It's backbreaking to have a friendship and or relationship with someone you can't confide in.
This person is trying to say that liars are bad at relationships because they lie at relationships.
My inference about the seal is that he is trying to eat the penguin which is trying to swim away from the seal because its about to get eaten by the seal.
My inference about the monkeys are that they are screaming for food and are very cold. They probably are also very tired and cold and need food to survive the harsh winter they are having.
My inference is that the zebras are moving to a new place to settle and have new foods to eat. Or they are being chased by a pack of coyotes and are trying to run away crossing the river to help stop the coyotes.
My inference is that these people are at a concert playing for people to have a good time at there concert