RaM Game #3: When they were kids . . .

RaM GAME #3

When they were kids . . .

1.    When Melina was a child, she enjoyed . . .
    a.    watching her Grandmother Egeria at work.
    b.    catching doxies and keeping them as pets in her wardrobe until they became hungry.
    c.    Muggle-watching.
    d.    mixing up her father’s potions ingredients and confusing him.

2.    When Albus was a boy, his father used to tell him
    a.    “A Knut saved is a Knut earned.”
    b.    “You’ll never amount to anything.”
    c.    “The world does not revolve around you.”
    d.    “You are the best and the brightest.”

3.    When Minerva was a little girl, she used to
    a.    have tea parties with the house-elves.
    b.    pretend she was a Muggle-born, switched-at-birth.
    c.    play chess with Fwisky.
    d.    toss garden gnomes for fun.

4.    When Murdoch was a boy, he used to
    a.    play dress-up in his mother’s robes.
    b.    be cruel to the family house-elves.
    c.    experiment with potions in his playroom.
    d.    sneak into the nearest Muggle village to smoke cigarettes.

5.    When Quin was a boy, he
    a.    sat under a hedge and learned nonsense from an old hag.
    b.    played Quidditch daily.
    c.    wrote sonnets.
    d.    learned to use “free magic.”

6.    When Malcolm was in school, he
    a.    used to sneak into the Slytherin dormitory and play pranks.
    b.    used to go on unauthorised excursions in the Forbidden Forest.
    c.    swam with the Giant Squid.
    d.    earned a reputation as a cad.

7.    When Albus was in school, he thought
    a.    he would be Headmaster one day.
    b.    he was better than his peers.
    c.    school was a waste of time.
    d.    he would lead a quiet, solitary life.

8.    Aberforth can remember when he was a little boy,
    a.    his father swinging him by his arms.
    b.    his father giving him his first Quaffle.
    c.    his mother preferring his brother.
    d.    his father holding him on his lap and reading him a bedtime story.

9.    When Minerva was a girl,
    a.    she never wanted to grow up.
    b.    she was impatient to grow up.
    c.    she was afraid to go to Hogwarts.
    d.    she found lessons with her father boring.

10.    When Albus was a boy, the most important thing to him was,
    a.    money.
    b.    prestige.
    c.    learning.
    d.    kindness.

Have fun! Feel free to post your answers in a comment. As always, base your answers on Resolving a Misunderstanding.

When they were kids . . .

1.    When Melina was a child, she enjoyed . . .
    a.    watching her Grandmother Egeria at work.

2.    When Albus was a boy, his father used to tell him
    c.    “The world does not revolve around you.”

3.    When Minerva was a little girl, she used to
    a.    have tea parties with the house-elves.
 
4.    When Murdoch was a boy, he used to
    c.    experiment with potions in his playroom.

5.    When Quin was a boy, he
    d.    learned to use “free magic.”

6.    When Malcolm was in school, he
    b.    used to go on unauthorised excursions in the Forbidden Forest.

7.    When Albus was in school, he thought
    b.    he was better than his peers.

8.    Aberforth can remember when he was a little boy,
    d.    his father holding him on his lap and reading him a bedtime story.

9.    When Minerva was a girl,
    b.    she was impatient to grow up.

10.    When Albus was a boy, the most important thing to him was,
    c.    learning.

I hope you enjoyed this!

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3 responses to “RaM Game #3: When they were kids . . .

  1. 1. A
    2. C
    3. A
    4. C
    5. D
    6. B
    7. B
    8. D
    9. B
    10. C

    I really like these quizzes. They help refresh my memory!!!

  2. Here are my guesses:
    1. When Melina was a child, she enjoyed . . .
    a. watching her Grandmother Egeria at work.

    2. When Albus was a boy, his father used to tell him
    d. “You are the best and the brightest.”

    3. When Minerva was a little girl, she used to
    a. have tea parties with the house-elves.

    4. When Murdoch was a boy, he used to
    c. experiment with potions in his playroom.

    5. When Quin was a boy, he
    d. learned to use “free magic.”

    6. When Malcolm was in school, he
    b. used to go on unauthorised excursions in the Forbidden Forest.

    7. When Albus was in school, he thought
    b. he was better than his peers.

    8. Aberforth can remember when he was a little boy,
    d. his father holding him on his lap and reading him a bedtime story.

    9. When Minerva was a girl,
    b. she was impatient to grow up.

    10. When Albus was a boy, the most important thing to him was,
    c. learning.

    Even if I got them mostly wrong, I’m having fun with the quizes. I may even have to go back and reread RaM from the beginning.

  3. 1. When Melina was a child, she enjoyed . . .
    a. watching her Grandmother Egeria at work.

    2. When Albus was a boy, his father used to tell him
    c. “The world does not revolve around you.”

    3. When Minerva was a little girl, she used to
    a. have tea parties with the house-elves.

    4. When Murdoch was a boy, he used to
    c. experiment with potions in his playroom.

    5. When Quin was a boy, he
    d. learned to use “free magic.”

    6. When Malcolm was in school, he
    b. used to go on unauthorised excursions in the Forbidden Forest.

    7. When Albus was in school, he thought
    b. he was better than his peers.

    8. Aberforth can remember when he was a little boy,
    d. his father holding him on his lap and reading him a bedtime story.

    9. When Minerva was a girl,
    b. she was impatient to grow up.

    10. When Albus was a boy, the most important thing to him was,
    c. learning.

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