Collecting information through observations and deducing something from the givens.
a and d
an inference is connect the text to something else so you need to be able to connect it to outside knowledge and locate key details in the text that you can make inferences about.
A. connecting details to your outside knowledge
C. researching unfamiliar vocabulary
Inferences are educated guesses based off of your knowledge. To make an inference, you have to be reasonably knowledgeable on the specific topic, and if you aren't you research.
Locating key details in the text and anticipating opposing viewpoints are two most necessary steps to make viewpoint.
An inference is defined as an idea or a conclusion that can be drawn from the evidence. We learn about things by experiencing them for the first time and gain knowledge through the inference. Inference are made on things which are already known. An argument is said to be valid if it derives a false conclusion, the inference becomes valid because it follows a correct inference.
Example of an inference is that suppose you are seeing someone who is trying some new food but makes faces while eating which says that he or she is not liking the food.