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#1

In the first book when awarding Neville points for bravery, Dumbledore says, “There are all kinds of courage." Which two kinds of people does he say it takes bravery to stand up to?

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  • Friends and enemies

  • Neighbors and haters

  • Foes and compatriots

  • Adversaries and supporters

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#2

Who said the utterly iconic, "You're a wizard, Harry"?

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  • Hagrid

  • Dumbledore

  • Ron

  • McGonagall

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#3

Mr. and Mrs. Dursley of number four Privet Drive were proud to say what?

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  • That “there was no such thing as wizards and that’s that.”

  • That they had “never behaved out of the ordinary.”

  • That they were “perfectly normal, thank you very much.”

  • That they were “entirely ordinary, thank you.”

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#4

"Of course it's happening ____, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?"

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  • Inside your head

  • In your imagination

  • In a dream

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#5

According to Dumbledore in the Chamber of Secrets, "It is our ____ Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities."

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  • Hearts

  • Choices

  • Actions

  • Decisions

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#6

In The Goblet of Fire, Dumbledore lays down the wisdom, “We are only as strong as we are ____, as weak as we are ____.”

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  • United, divided

  • Together, apart

  • In heart, in mind

  • With love, with hate

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