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"How to effectively derive conclusions from textual passages?"

Deriving conclusions from passages involves analyzing the information presented in a passage to draw logical inferences or conclusions.





Read Carefully: Start by reading the passage carefully to understand the main idea and supporting details.


Identify Key Points: Identify key points, arguments, or evidence presented in the passage.


Analyze Relationships: Analyze the relationships between different parts of the passage to draw logical conclusions.


Consider Context: Consider the context of the passage and any assumptions or background information provided.


Draw Conclusions: Based on the information in the passage, draw conclusions that are supported by the evidence presented.




Passage: "The sky is cloudy, and the weather forecast predicts rain later today."


Conclusion: It may rain later today.


Explanation: The passage provides evidence that the sky is cloudy and that the weather forecast predicts rain. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that it may rain later today based on this information.




1. Passage: "John missed the bus and arrived late to work."

Conclusion: John was late to work.


2. Passage: "The store is closed, and the lights are off."

Conclusion: The store is not open for business.


3. Passage: "Sarah bought a new umbrella because the weather forecast predicted rain."

Conclusion: Sarah is preparing for rainy weather.


4. Passage: "Tom failed the math test because he did not study."

Conclusion: Tom did not study for the math test.


5. Passage: "The garden is dry, and the plants are wilting."

Conclusion: The plants need water.


6. Passage: "The restaurant is busy, and there are many people waiting for a table."

Conclusion: The restaurant is popular.


7. Passage: "The traffic light is red, and cars are stopped at the intersection."

Conclusion: Traffic is stopped at the intersection.


8. Passage: "Mary was yawning and rubbing her eyes."

Conclusion: Mary is tired.


9. Passage: "The room is dark, and the curtains are drawn."

Conclusion: There is no natural light in the room.


10. Passage: "The alarm clock is ringing, and the person is waking up."

Conclusion: The person is getting out of bed.















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