(n.) using evidence and reason to come to a conclusion.
"There are many statistics to reveal marching band is a sport and how hard the members work. As a member of the FMHS Wildcat Marching Band, I know we put forth an astonishing amount of time and practice to become he great athletes we are today."
from Marching Band Should Be Considered a Sport by Elizabeth R.
Based on the quote, I can infer that the author is proud of her marching band because she says they put forward a lot of effort and time in marching band.
"Whenever I was just a little boy, my grandpa took a stick and tied a piece of fishing line to it and taught me how to fish, ever since then I have been hooked."
from Fishing by Anonymous
Based on this quote, I can infer that the author likes his grandfather because he likes fishing and he used to do it with his grandfather in his youth.
"If I could, I would take away all her pain and then give it to myself instead. I don't want her to feel that way; not now. Not ever."
from Smile by DaryAlvarez
Based on this quote, I can infer that the author really loves the girl they speak of because they would rather themselves hurt then the girl who is.
Based on this image, I can infer that the girl is talking to her crush because she seems very nervous and also enchanted by this slick-haired boy.
Based on this photo, I can infer that this was taken a long while ago (7+ years) because everyone has flip phones.
Based on this photo, I can infer that the girl in the orange dress is shopping for dresses for a school dance because she looks like a high schooler and the dress is very fancy.