1.How will they go back?
A. fly B.by boat C.by train
2.Why does they go back in this?
A. Because Harry want to fly.
B. Because Hagrid cannot use magic.
C. Because they are in a hurry.
3.How many pages are in this list？
A. one B. two C. three
4.Who are these requirements for?
A. first year students B. senior students C. Fourth year students
5.Which requirement is wrong ?
A.all pupils’ clothes should carry name tags.
B.Three plain pointed hats for day wear.
C.Three sets of plain work robes
1 cauldron (pewter, standard size 2)
1 set _____ or crystal phials
1 set brass _____
Students may also bring an _____ OR a cat OR a toad
PARENTS ARE REMINDED THAT FIRST YEARS ARE NOT______THEIR OWN BROOMSTICKS
It was a tiny, grubby-looking pub. If Hagrid hadn’t pointed it __1__.Harry wouldn’t have noticed it was there. The people hurrying by didn’t glance __2__ it. Their eyes slid from the big book shop on one side to the record shop on the other as if they couldn’t see the Leaky Cauldron at __3___. In fact, Harry had the most peculiar feeling that only he and Hagrid could see it. Before he could mention this, Hagrid ___4___ him inside.
For a famous place, it was very dark and shabby. __5___ old women were sitting in a corner, __6__ tiny glasses of sherry. One of them was smoking a long pipe. A little man in a top hat was __7___ to the old bartender, who was quite bald and looked like a toothless walnut. The low buzz of chatter stopped __8___ they walked in. Everyone seemed to know Hagrid; they waved and smiled at him, and the bartender reached for a glass, saying, “The usual, Hagrid?”
“Can’t, Tom, I’m _9___ Hogwarts business,” said Hagrid, clapping his great hand on Harry’s shoulder and making Harry’s knees buckle.
“Good Lord,” said the bartender, peering at Harry, “is this — can this be — ?”
The Leaky Cauldron had suddenly gone completely still and __10___.
1.A.in B. out C. on
2.A.at B.in C. to
3.A.all B. least C. last
4.A.have steered B. steered C. had steered
5.A.a little B. a few C. few
6.A.drinking B.was drinking C. drunk
7.A.saying B. telling C. talking
8.A.while B. when C. that
9.A.with B. in C. on
10.A.silent B. quite C. quiet
“That’s Hagrid,” said Harry, pleased to know something the boy didn’t. “He works at Hogwarts.”
“Oh,” said the boy, “I’ve heard of him. He’s a sort of servant, isn’t he?”
“He’s the gamekeeper,” said Harry. He was liking the boy less and less every second.
“Yes, exactly. I heard he’s a sort of savage — lives in a hut on the school grounds and every now and then he gets drunk, tries to do magic, and ends up setting fire to his bed.”
“I think he’s brilliant,” said Harry coldly.
“Do you?” said the boy, with a slight sneer. “Why is he with you? Where are your parents?”
“They’re dead,” said Harry shortly. He didn’t feel much like going into the matter with this boy.
“Oh, sorry,” said the other, not sounding sorry at all. “But they were our kind, weren’t they?”
“They were a witch and wizard, if that’s what you mean.”
“I really don’t think they should let the other sort in, do you? They’re just not the same, they’ve never been brought up to know our ways. Some of them have never even heard of Hogwarts until they get the letter, imagine. I think they should keep it in the old wizarding families. What’s your surname, anyway?”
But before Harry could answer, Madam Malkin said, “That’s you done, my dear,” and Harry, not sorry for an excuse to stop talking to the boy, hopped down from the footstool.
“Well, I’ll see you at Hogwarts, I suppose,” said the drawling boy.
Harry was rather quiet as he ate the ice cream Hagrid had bought him (chocolate and raspberry with chopped nuts).
“What’s up?” said Hagrid.
“Nothing,” Harry lied. They stopped to buy parchment and quills.
1.What is Hagrid's occupation?
A. teacher B. servant C. gamekeeper
2.What does the underlined word "sneer"" in Paragraph 6 refer to?
A. smile B. laugh C. scorn
3.What will be the relationship between Harry and that boy?
A. friends B. schoolmates C. deskmates
4.What family do you think the boy came from？
A. old wizarding family B. Muggle family C. working family
5.What do you think of the boy's personality?
A. arrogant B. kind C. delligent
“It was a dream,” he told himself firmly. “I dreamed a giant called Hagrid came to tell me I was going to a school for wizards. When I open my eyes I’ll be at home in my cupboard.”
There was suddenly a loud tapping noise.
And there’s Aunt Petunia knocking on the door, Harry thought, his heart sinking. But he still didn’t open his eyes. It had been such a good dream.
Tap. Tap. Tap.
“All right,” Harry mumbled, “I’m getting up.”
He sat up and Hagrid’s heavy coat fell off him. The hut was full of sunlight, the storm was over, Hagrid himself was asleep on the collapsed sofa, and there was an owl rapping its claw on the window, a newspaper held in its beak.
Harry scrambled to his feet, so happy he felt as though a large balloon was swelling inside him. He went straight to the window and jerked it open. The owl swooped in and dropped the newspaper on top of Hagrid, who didn’t wake up. The owl then fluttered onto the floor and began to attack Hagrid’s coat.
“Don’t do that.”
Harry tried to wave the owl out of the way, but it snapped its beak fiercely at him and carried on savaging the coat.
“Hagrid!” said Harry loudly. “There’s an owl —”
“Pay him,” Hagrid grunted into the sofa.
“He wants paying for delivering the paper .Look in the pockets.”
1.What did Harry Potter dream of?
2.Why did Aunt Petunia knock on the door, but Harry was still reluctant to open his eyes?
3.Why did Harry pay that owl?
Hagrid was __1__ huge that he parted the crowd easily; all Harry had to do was keep close behind him. They passed book shops and music stores, hamburger restaurants and cinemas, but nowhere that looked as __2__ it could sell you a magic wand. This was just an __3___ street full ___4__ ordinary people. Could there really __5___piles of wizard gold buried miles beneath them? Were there really shops that ___6___（sell）spell books and broomsticks? Might this not all be some huge joke __7___ the Dursleys had cooked up? If Harry hadn’t known that the Dursleys had no __8___ of humor, he might have thought so; yet somehow, even __9___ everything Hagrid had told him so far was unbelievable, Harry couldn’t help __10___(trust) him.