Creating Inferences

Inference: an conclusion or idea that is based on evidence

"The young man jumped up and found Morris an inch away of his eyes. He shook off a deep shiver rising up his spine."  From this quote I can infer that the young man and Morris do not exactly get along, or that the young man was very startled to see Morris.

"As the detective got to the house he noticed a blood stain on the door handle. He got out a slick and shinny gun and hid it close, just in case." From this quote I can infer that the detective was slightly scared by the blood stain on the door handle, which is why he got out the gun.

"Tears rimmed my eyes as I looked up at my teacher. She stared down at me through a pair of beady eyes, her eyebrows raised, her lips perked stiffly." From this quote I can infer that the person staring down was intimating to the person being stared down at.

From this image I can infer that Tintin was just called to investigate something and had to leave in a rush because he is putting his coat on while he is running.

From this image I can infer that the blue vase will crash  and Tintin will be caught by the people he is running from because Tintin has gotten his foot stuck in the rope and it is pushing the table, making the vase wobble.

From this image I can infer that Mr. Thomson and Mr. Thompson fell of the stolen motorcycle because they were not holding on and when Tintin accelerated.

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