Inferences

Definition: An  inference is when you make a educated prediction based on knowledge from the text, video, etc.

Every year, high school seniors across the country prank their teachers and principals. Some pranks are funny, others borderline cruel, but few are as heartwarming as the recent one pulled by the students of North High School in Wichita, Kansas.

I can infer that the paragraph is mostly about a prank that is going to be more of a "nice' prank, rather than a mean one.

Little did she know that this simple query would ignite an Internet firestorm! As the photo began to circulate across various social media sites, the dress became the center of a worldwide debate.

I can infer that this paragraph is probably about the "white and gold" or "blue and black" Dress.

Itâ€™s National Breakfast Week, and Jimmy Butler, of the Chicago Bulls, wants kids to know the importance of starting each day with a healthy meal. He talked to TFK about his commitment to helping young people and his breakout season on the court.

I can infer that Jimmy Butler is talking to TFK for publicity rather than to help kids eat a healthy meal because the majority of pro sports players would prefer publicity over helping strangers eat a healthy meal.