Little Fixin ’, Big Idea. Inference and Argument. Imply v. Infer. To imply is to suggest or hint. To infer is to conclude or deduce. IN. LIE. Great, so I have an inference. Now what do I do with it?. An inference becomes an argument!. An argument is a claim supported by evidence!.
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Inference and Argument
To imply is to suggest or hint
To infer is to conclude or deduce
An inference becomes an argument!
Not JUST a series of contradictions
You need evidence!