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Fact, Opinion and inference

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guildford public

on 3 June 2013

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Transcript of Fact, Opinion and inference

Fact, opinion or inference? FACT A Fact is something that we know.
A fact is something true. Opinion Inference An opinion is something you think.
You make a judgement about something.
Everyone has different opinions. An inference is when you know something,
even though nobody told you or wrote it down.
You use what you already know together with
the facts to make an inference.
An inference is likely. Making choices about your information The girls are wearing green.
They are holding a flag.
They are smiling. Green is a good colour to wear.
They are a good team.
Their country is proud of them. They have just won a race.
They are so happy to win.
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