Does Harry Potter Like You?

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Does Harry Potter Like You? - Quiz

A nice hard quiz good for all harry potter lovers.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    In the first "Harry Potter" book, what kind of dragon is Norbert?

    • A.

      Sumerian Spikenose

    • B.

      Brazilian Barkfoot

    • C.

      Norwegian Ridgeback

    • D.

      Hungarian Horntail

    Correct Answer
    C. Norwegian Ridgeback
    Explanation
    In the first "Harry Potter" book, Norbert is a Norwegian Ridgeback dragon. This is revealed when Hagrid, the gamekeeper, acquires an egg from a mysterious stranger and it hatches into a baby dragon. Hagrid names the dragon Norbert and takes care of him secretly until he becomes too dangerous and has to be sent away. The Norwegian Ridgeback is known for its ridge of spines along its back and its fiery temperament.

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  • 2. 

    Which of the following is not the name of a Weasley?

    • A.

      Gerry

    • B.

      Percy

    • C.

      Fred

    • D.

      Ron

    Correct Answer
    A. Gerry
    Explanation
    Gerry is not the name of a Weasley. The other options, Percy, Fred, and Ron, are all names of Weasley family members from the Harry Potter series.

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  • 3. 

    What is the name of the House elf that Harry frees?

    • A.

      Dobby

    • B.

      Tolly

    • C.

      Winky

    • D.

      Tippy

    Correct Answer
    A. Dobby
    Explanation
    Dobby is the correct answer because in the Harry Potter series, Dobby is a house elf who is initially enslaved by the Malfoy family. However, Harry Potter helps free Dobby by tricking Lucius Malfoy into giving him a sock, which symbolizes his freedom. Dobby then becomes a loyal and helpful friend to Harry throughout the series.

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  • 4. 

    What does Professor Flitwick teach at Hogwarts in "Harry Potter"?

    • A.

      Divination

    • B.

      Herbology

    • C.

      Defence Against The Dark Arts

    • D.

      Charms

    Correct Answer
    D. Charms
    Explanation
    In the "Harry Potter" series, Professor Flitwick is known for teaching Charms at Hogwarts. Charms is a subject that focuses on the magical spells and enchantments used to manipulate objects and achieve various effects. Professor Flitwick is portrayed as a skilled and knowledgeable teacher in this subject, guiding students in mastering the art of casting spells and charms effectively.

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  • 5. 

    What are the small explosions and bangs from Fred and George's room in "Harry Potter"?

    • A.

      Renegade House-Elves

    • B.

      Fred And George Making Jokes

    • C.

      The Family Ghoul

    • D.

      A Pet Dog

    Correct Answer
    B. Fred And George Making Jokes
    Explanation
    In the "Harry Potter" series, Fred and George Weasley are known for their mischievous and humorous nature. They often create pranks and jokes, which sometimes involve small explosions and bangs. These noises are a result of their playful antics and their love for causing a bit of chaos and laughter in their surroundings.

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  • 6. 

    What, apart from strawberry mouse is added to chocoballs (in the third book)?

    • A.

      Whipped Cream

    • B.

      Clotted Cream

    • C.

      Ice Cream

    • D.

      Milkshake

    Correct Answer
    B. Clotted Cream
    Explanation
    In the third book, apart from strawberry mousse, clotted cream is added to chocoballs.

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  • 7. 

    What do Hermione's parents do for a living in "Harry Potter"?

    • A.

      A Doctor And A Lawyer

    • B.

      They Are Both Accountants

    • C.

      A Professor And A Fulltime Mom

    • D.

      They Are Both Dentists

    Correct Answer
    D. They Are Both Dentists
    Explanation
    Hermione's parents are both dentists. This information is mentioned in the "Harry Potter" series, where it is revealed that her parents work as dentists in the Muggle world. This profession is consistent with Hermione's character as she is known for her intelligence and meticulous attention to detail, which aligns with the precision and care required in dentistry.

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  • 8. 

    What are the names of Harry's, Hermione's and Neville's pets, respectively?

    • A.

      Errol, Hermes, Scabbers

    • B.

      Witherwings, Dobby, Bane

    • C.

      Hedwig, Crookshanks, Trevor

    • D.

      Hedwig, Pigwidgeon, Fang

    Correct Answer
    C. Hedwig, Crookshanks, Trevor
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Hedwig, Crookshanks, Trevor. In the Harry Potter series, Harry's pet owl is named Hedwig, Hermione's pet cat is named Crookshanks, and Neville's pet toad is named Trevor.

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  • 9. 

    In the "Harry Potter" books, where is the Slytherin common room located?

    • A.

      Under The Lake

    • B.

      Under The Whomping Willow

    • C.

      In The Dungeon

    • D.

      In A Tower

    Correct Answer
    C. In The Dungeon
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "In The Dungeon." In the "Harry Potter" books, the Slytherin common room is located in the dungeons of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The dungeons are dark and underground, which aligns with the cunning and ambitious nature of the Slytherin house.

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  • 10. 

    What are the four animals on the Hogwarts coat of arms in the "Harry Potter" books?

    • A.

      Goat, Bear, Frog, Black Cat

    • B.

      Cat, Rat, Frog, Snake

    • C.

      Lion, Snake, Eagle, Badger

    • D.

      Raven, Eagle, Fish, Rat

    Correct Answer
    C. Lion, Snake, Eagle, Badger
    Explanation
    The four animals on the Hogwarts coat of arms in the "Harry Potter" books are the lion, snake, eagle, and badger. These animals represent the four houses of Hogwarts: Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw, and Hufflepuff respectively. Each house has its own unique traits and characteristics, and these animals symbolize those qualities. The lion represents bravery and courage, the snake represents cunning and ambition, the eagle represents wisdom and intelligence, and the badger represents loyalty and hard work.

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  • 11. 

    Who is Scabbers?

    • A.

      Voldemort

    • B.

      A. Dumbledor

    • C.

      P. Pettigrew

    • D.

      S. Black

    Correct Answer
    C. P. Pettigrew
    Explanation
    Scabbers is the pet rat belonging to Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter series. In reality, Scabbers is actually Peter Pettigrew, a former friend of Harry's parents and a member of the Order of the Phoenix. He had betrayed Harry's parents to Voldemort and faked his own death, hiding as a rat for years. Eventually, his true identity is revealed, and he is captured and exposed as the traitor he is.

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  • 12. 

    What were the ingredients for the spell that restored Voldemort in the fourth "Harry Potter" book?

    • A.

      Unicorn Horn, Dragon Scales, Gold

    • B.

      Bone, Flesh, Blood

    • C.

      Clay, Dust, Blood

    • D.

      Time, Love, Despair

    Correct Answer
    B. Bone, Flesh, Blood
    Explanation
    In the fourth "Harry Potter" book, the ingredients for the spell that restored Voldemort were bone, flesh, and blood. These specific components were crucial in the dark ritual to resurrect Voldemort's physical body. The bone represented his father's bone, the flesh represented his servant's flesh, and the blood was Harry Potter's blood, which was forcibly taken. This combination of ingredients symbolized the sacrifice and manipulation of life forces necessary for Voldemort's resurrection.

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  • 13. 

    In "Harry Potter", where does Harry leave the invisibility cloak after taking care of Norbert?

    • A.

      In The Classroom

    • B.

      In The Tower

    • C.

      In The Dungeon

    • D.

      At Hagrid's

    Correct Answer
    B. In The Tower
    Explanation
    After taking care of Norbert, Harry leaves the invisibility cloak in the tower. This is where he had initially obtained the cloak from the Mirror of Erised. Leaving it in the tower ensures that it is kept safe and hidden, as the tower is a relatively secluded and secure location within Hogwarts. Additionally, leaving it in the tower allows Harry easy access to it in the future whenever he needs to use it again.

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  • 14. 

    What happens to Mrs. Norris in the second Harry Potter book?

    • A.

      She Is Killed By Aragog

    • B.

      She Is Turned Into A Rat

    • C.

      She Is Killed By The Basilisk

    • D.

      She Is Petrified

    Correct Answer
    D. She Is Petrified
    Explanation
    In the second Harry Potter book, Mrs. Norris, the cat belonging to Argus Filch, is not killed or turned into a rat. Instead, she is petrified. This occurs when she looks directly into the eyes of the Basilisk, a giant serpent that resides in the Chamber of Secrets. The Basilisk's gaze has the power to petrify its victims, causing them to become stiff and immobile. Mrs. Norris is one of the first victims of the Basilisk, and her petrification plays a significant role in the plot of the book.

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  • 15. 

    In the first "Harry Potter" book, what did Hagrid do to Dudley?

    • A.

      Gave Him A Pig's Tail

    • B.

      Turned Him Into A Bunny

    • C.

      Gave Him A Fluffy Bunny Tail

    • D.

      Turned Him Into A Pig

    Correct Answer
    A. Gave Him A Pig's Tail
    Explanation
    In the first "Harry Potter" book, Hagrid gave Dudley a pig's tail. This happened when Hagrid was trying to teach Dudley a lesson for being mean to Harry. Hagrid used magic to give Dudley a pig's tail as a punishment, which caused a lot of chaos and embarrassment for Dudley.

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