ELA

How does textual evidence help a reader make an inference?(1 point)

a. Readers analyze the details explicitly stated in a text to make an inference.

b. Readers eliminate the details implicitly stated in a text in order to make an inference.

c. Readers restate the textual evidence of a story to make an inference.

d. Readers identify textual evidence to make the story more personal in order to make an inference.

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  1. 1: D
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    4: B

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  2. true helper is wrong it is actually
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  3. Just took the quick check here's the answers:

    1. What does explicit mean?

    Information stated directly

    2. What is an inference?

    a conclusion based on what an author states and does not state

    3. How does textual evidence help a reader make an inference?

    Readers analyze the details explicitly stated in a text to make an inference.

    4. Use the paragraph to answer the question. Luiza clutched her violin under her chin. She felt every eye in the room on her and was aware that everyone was listening closely. She wiped a drip of sweat from her forehead. She wanted to be first chair in the orchestra so badly. Luiza had practiced hard, but she knew the competition was tough. Her hand shook as she brought her bow to the instrument’s strings. Then she began to play.

    She is nervous.

    Hope this helps!!

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  5. What piece of textual evidence supports the answer to question 1?

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  7. Thank hmmm

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  8. thx hmm!

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