Inferences

Inference: the act or process of inferring

Example: "Bulling has been an exceeding issue over the years… it is about time to make it stop!"

From this sentence I can infer that the author wants to stop bullying because the author stated that bulling as been an issue over the years.

Example: "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."

From these sentence I can infer that the author has been in some bad friendships and relationships because the author stated that it's hard to have a friendship or relationship with someone you can't confine in.

Example: "Schools are turning less into a safe place to educate a child and more into a place for a children to get bullied."

From this sentence I can infer that the author is against bullying because the authors saying that schools are getting less safer which leads to more bullying.

  

Based on this photo I can infer that these people are really good friends and that they want to show their friendship in a photo.

Based on this image I can tell that these people love each other and that the bracelets shows their love to each other.

Based on this photo I can tell that this person likes to skateboard around the city.

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