Vocab-ability–74 (fer = bring, carry) – A More Powerful Vocabulary (earn UpVotes with “Vocab Practice” exercise)

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MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer:
    She transferred my call to another line.
  2. Coniferous:
    The forest is covered with coniferous trees.
  3. Infer:
    It is difficult to infer anything from the given data.
  4. Inference:
    You can not Infer about the story.
  5. Refer:
    The doctor refers to me another docter.
  6. Reference:
    The references of the proInferenceject are also given.
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Good work!

But in #4, you used "inference" as a verb. That's wrong, particularly as you used "infer" correctly as a verb in #3.

Hope this helps.

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Ok sir. I have done changes. Thank for your kindness.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer:- Certain sacrifices of animals he explains as intended to transfer a conditional curse.
  2. Coniferous:- The zone of coniferous trees in this area is small.
  3. Infer:- It was inferred indirectly from his activities.
  4. Inference:- The inference was amazing.
  5. Refer:- Refer to the book for more information.
  6. Refrence:- Support your answer with a proper refrence.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer
    My father worked his transfer to the Northern part of Nigeria.

  2. Coniferous
    These coniferous pine trees are very rare over here.

  3. Infer
    There's no way you can infer that he's a thief when he has stolen nothing.

  4. Inference
    Your inference to what I said is totally different from what I meant.

  5. Refer
    Let us refer him to that psychiatrist

  6. Reference
    It is absolutely wrong to copy out another person's work without due reference.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer
    At my age, I would feel ashamed to ask for money transfer to my account to my family.

  2. Coniferous
    The coniferous vegetation requires temperate climate, a lot of water and wide fertile earth.

  3. Infer
    My sister is a pathological paranoid and she always infer to something suspicious when she shouldn't.

  4. Inference
    I find very rude to make an interference to a speech with some gesture or cutting with unexpected unwanted bullshits.

  5. Refer
    When you make jokes that refer to cultural landmarks, only people from your country can laugh.

  6. Reference
    When I was at university, I learned how to make references, report quotes and write a bibliography.

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Good work!
As for #4, I sometimes get such "unexpected unwanted bullshit" in conversations with other people, and I agree, it is rude .... and stupid and irritating.

MY VOCAB PRACTICE.

  1. Transfer
    He decided to transfer his money from a bank to another.
  2. Coniferous
    I've always loved camping in coniferous forests.
  3. Infer
    When you don't infer the meaning of a new word, it's better to google it before.
  4. Inference
    There were inferences of discrimination from what the president said.
  5. Refer
    Someone decided to refer the art cases to me.
  6. Reference
    The reference from the old story made him tear down.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer:
    Your attempts to transfer your guilt to others will be thwarted by me, your conscience.
  2. Coniferous:
    He looked up in time to see the coniferous trees’ cones fall to the ground as the wind picked up a little more.
  3. Infer:
    What was he to infer from this happening other than the voice inside of his head was right?
  4. Inference:
    The inference that the outsiders were going to come up with if they learned the truth of him running away from his people, the very beings who had raised him since birth, was that he was a coward, a man who gave into his fears instead of facing the unknown disaster he had let happen.
  5. Refer:
    The sand he was sitting on was now getting cold and this made him refer back to the time he had fallen through the ice into the lake.
  6. Reference:
    As his mind began to ache and throb from the memory, he had to look at the factory, a point of reference now etched into his mind by the voice living inside of him.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. transfer
    My bank transfer has not come through yet, therefore I cannot go out today.

  2. coniferous
    Lumber from the coniferous forests is important to the construction industry.

  3. infer
    Little is known about life, but some details can be inferred from the past.

  4. inference
    Tell me if my inference gets illogical.

  5. refer
    He promised not to refer to this situation any more.

  6. reference
    It is such a shame that nobody understood the reference to Mickiewicz in this work.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer
    Every parent wants to transfer only good things to their children.
  2. Coniferous
    I along with my younger brother used to gather the cones of the coniferous trees.
  3. Infer
    I was feeling depressed and talked rudely with my uncle, later he inferred that I was angry with him.
  4. Inference
    My inference based on the current political situation of my country is that there will be a mixed government of the top three parties.
  5. Refer
    While reading a novel I had to refer to the dictionary for a very complex word.
  6. Reference
    There should be as many references from effective sources which could strengthen your argument.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer:
    This is my last job transfer
  2. Coniferous:
    Coniferous trees are the beauty of the forest.
  3. Infer:
    Its dificulte to infer about the mixed political situation.
  4. Inference:
    The teacher asked the students to draw an inference based on the last lecture
  5. Refer:
    The patients are reffered to another hospital
  6. Reference:
    I made sure to reference the facts in my book.
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Good work!

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Thank you

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1- transfer
I transfer all the papers to the director online.
2- coniferous
The forest has a big zone of coniferous trees.
3- infer
The report infers all the conclutions.
4- inference
His inference is not good because he don't understand.
5- refer
If you want to understand well refer to your dictionnary.
6- reference
This book is a good reference for students who want to learn.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer
    My transfer request was declined due to low balance.
  2. Coniferous
    The coniferous trees should be planted in bigger quantity to save the world from heating.
  3. Infer
    The police report infers that the killer was his own wife.
  4. Inference
    The inference I draw from his facial expressions was that he was not satisfied with the service.
  5. Refer
    For technical instructions of this machine, please refer to the instructions manual number 5.
  6. Reference
    With the reference of your previous email, I can't help you with that matter.
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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

  1. Transfer
    Can you please transfer 50 USD to my bank account.
  2. Coniferous
    Coniferous trees are one of the beautiful trees in the world.
  3. Infer
    After 5 days of investigation, people inferred that he is a criminal.
  4. Inference
    In the exams, it was necessary to write inference in just 5 lines.
  5. Refer
    Mr. Ahmad was referred by me to my friend.
  6. Reference
    Don't forget to provide the reference if you are copying anything from the internet.
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Good work!

As for #1, I would have done so, but you forgot to end the sentence with a question mark!! Sorry. :-)

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1- transfer
I transfer all his money by the bank
2- coniferous
There is a lot of coniferous trees in the town.
3- infer
From every experience we infer the right things.
4- inference
They tried to give an inference that they were married
5- refer
When you are not good anways refer to the God.
6- reference
The teacher always give the reference of his informations.

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Good work!

MY VOCAB PRACTICE

1- transfer
I transfer all his money by the bank
2- coniferous
There is a lot of coniferous trees in the town.
3- infer
From every experience we infer the right things.
4- inference
They tried to give an inference that they were married
5- refer
When you are not good always refer to the God.
6- reference
The teacher always give the reference of his informations.

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