Inferences from Goose and Duck
By Jean Craighead George / Priscilla Lamont
By Thornell Morgan

"I found an egg by the lake. It cracked open in the grass."

I infer that the boy was walking or fishing at the lake.

"He stared at me. I stared at him. And i became his mother."

I infer that the little boy must want a pet goose.

"I took him home and fed him. Whatever I did , goose did. "I infer that the little boy love the goose."

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