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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26525: Imply or infer
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    Imply or infer

    Imply or infer


    Imply means to hint or suggest, so the speaker or writer is acting.


    Infer means to guess or assume, so the reader or listener is acting.


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    1. My dog's mournful bark as I left the house that he missed me.

    2. He could from Marie's gestures that she was uncomfortable.

    3. Jim that she should be more thoughtful.

    4. He that he was going to start looking for a new job.

    5. When the hostess saw all of the leftovers, she that we didn't like the meal.

    6. I could from our conversation that Mandy was angry with me.

    7. Her supervisor that he was going to promote her.

    8. I from her expression that he wanted to leave.

    9. Cleo blushed. She had not meant to that he was lying.

    10. I don't wish to that you are stupid.

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