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They went up to the dormitory to fetch their books and charts, to find Neville there alone, sitting on his bed, reading. He looked a good deal calmer than at the end of Moody's lesson, though still not entirely normal. His eyes were rather red.
"May I introduce - incredible though it may seem - the fourth Triwizard champion?"
The Great Hall seemed somehow much more crowded than usual, even though there were barely twenty additional students there; perhaps it was because their differently colored uniforms stood out so clearly against the black of the Hogwarts' robes. Now that they had removed their furs, the Durmstrang students were revealed to be wearing robes of a deep bloodred.
"Yes," he said, "instructions. Yes . . . the first task . . ."
"Knows what it's like to be out there doing it," said George impressively.
"The Aging Potion, dung brains," said Fred.
"Harry, Cedric, I suggest you go up to bed," said Dumbledore, smiling at both of them. "I am sure Gryffindor and Hufflepuff are waiting to celebrate with you, and it would be a shame to deprive them of this excellent excuse to make a great deal of mess and noise."
Harry read it aloud:
"I'll come with yeh," said Hagrid, putting away his darning. "Jus' give us a sec."
Harry just had time to see that the door of the carriage bore a coat of arms (two crossed, golden wands, each emitting three stars) before it opened.
Hermione, who had turned rather pink again, seemed to be trying not to look too pleased with herself.
live up to your name? Do you think that perhaps you were tempted to enter the Triwizard Tournament because - "
"Follow me, please," said Professor McGonagall. "First years in front. . . no pushing..
"Over here! Come and sit over here!" Ron hissed. "Over here! Hermione, budge up, make a space -"
"Why not?" said Hermione in surprise.
When Harry woke up on Sunday morning, it took him a moment to remember why he felt so miserable and worried. Then the memory of the previous night rolled over him. He sat up and ripped back the curtains of his own four-poster, intending to talk to Ron, to force Ron to believe him - only to find that Ron's bed was empty; he had obviously gone down to breakfast.
Meanwhile Professor Binns, the ghost who taught History of Magic, had them writing weekly essays on the goblin rebellions of the eighteenth century. Professor Snape was forcing them to research antidotes. They took this one seriously, as he had hinted that he might be poisoning one of them before Christmas to see if their antidote worked. Professor Flitwick had asked them to read three extra books in preparation for their lesson on Summoning Charms.（央视记者 徐海霞）