Flashcard 6 - Upper Level: Reading Comprehension Flashcard Set for the ISEE


The correct answer is:

True ideas will be directly stated in a passage. Inferred ideas will be things you can assume or conclude, based on other details given in the passage.


When you infer something from a passage, this means you have used logical reasoning to conclude an idea. When something is directly stated in a passage, you don’t have to infer it because the text spells it out for you.

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