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Exercise 1 - Understanding meaning
Conclusion comes from the word conclude which means to come to an understanding after examining the facts.

For example:

After thinking about my life until now, I've come to the conclusion that I still have a lot to learn.

After seeing the wet streets and trees, we came to the conclusion that it had rained at night.

Clever people reach conclusions only after they think about all the facts.
Which answers are closest in meaning to conclusion?
Click on 3 correct answers.

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