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  1. Inference: Anne Frank and her family were forced to go into hiding because of the Nazis. (Page 5)
  2. Inference: Anne’s father, Otto Frank, was the only one who survived the Holocaust. (Page 7)
  3. Inference: Anne’s family had to leave their home and move into a secret annex behind Otto Frank’s office building. (Page 9)
  4. Inference: Anne’s family had to be very quiet during the day to avoid being discovered by the workers in the office building. (Page 11)
  5. Inference: Anne’s family had to rely on others to bring them food and supplies while they were in hiding. (Page 13)
  6. Inference: Anne’s family had to share the secret annex with another family, the Van Daans. (Page 15)
  7. Inference: Anne’s relationship with her older sister, Margot, was sometimes strained during their time in hiding. (Page 17)
  8. Inference: Anne found solace in writing in her diary, which she named “Kitty.” (Page 19)
  9. Inference: Anne’s diary became her closest confidant and a way for her to express her thoughts and feelings. (Page 21)
  10. Inference: Anne’s diary entries reveal her longing for freedom and her dreams of becoming a writer someday. (Page 23)