Read the following paragraph from the article. lee's slender, pulitzer prize-winning novel proved enduring enough to overcome the popularity of hefty epics adapted as blockbuster movie franchises (the rowling and tolkien works) or for tv ("outlander"). even "pride and prejudice," the 200-year-old inspiration for numerous tv and movie versions, and with an army of "janeites" devoted to austen and her work, couldn't best lee's novel. what can be inferred from this paragraph?
i guess you are missing the idea that has to be supported, am i right?
an inference can be understood as a conclusion to which a person is able to get based on reasoning. it is the same as a deduction, a guess, an assumption. in the sentence presented, the conjunction "but" gives the readers an idea of contrast, and, therefore, allows them to induce that despite the opponent's characteristics, andrea had something different that made her win.
scene one is different because of the fact that hamlet lke to eat chocale ice cream and in scene 2 she likes vanilla