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Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. How does Harry first learn that he is a wizard?

2. Where does Harry live in the Dursley’s home?

3. Who decides where the children will be housed at Hogwarts?

4. How do the children get rid of Hagrid’s dragon?

5. What is significant about the day of the Gringotts break-in?

6. Who is Fluffy?

7. Which teacher is trying to steal the Sorcerer’s Stone?

8. To whom does the Sorcerer’s Stone belong?

9. What position does Harry play in Quidditch?

10. What does Voldemort drink in the Forbidden Forest to sustain himself?

11. Whom do Harry and Ron accidentally lock in the bathroom with the troll?

12. What does Harry see when he looks in the Mirror of Erised for the first time?

13. To whom does the invisibility cloak belong originally?

14. In what house is Malfoy?

15. Who actually puts the curse on Harry during the Quidditch match?

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Sorting Hat

by singdiva1994, January 31, 2013

The Sorting Hat is a symbol of free will. The Sorting Hat places one into the house one wants and therefore you can choose to be good (Gryffindor) or evil (Slytherin).


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helpful hint!! (for new readers)

by aulfingers123, November 21, 2013

If you have not seen Harry Potter movies. YOU SHOULD!! Seeing these movies gives you a good idea of whats happening and while your are reading you can see and imagine all that happens clearer. To those who do not like to read, (Why?!?!?!) look at the movies they give out very important info and all the answers to your reports in 2 hours!! For those WHO DO READ!!, enjoy the book and have FUN!



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Making it simple

by sarahangel778, March 01, 2014

I think the rule breaking can be interpreted as Harry not being perfect however he is making the choice to do a bad thing for a good reason. I think a common theme throughout the books is that there is no purely good and purely evil, it is not our inherent characteristic, however it is our choices, this is demonstrated with Dumbledore, James Potter and Snape. In contrast, bad decisions are represented by Malfoy and Wormtail.


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