Harry Potter Learns Quidditch Questions & Answers

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Harry Potter Learns Quidditch Questions & Answers

Question 1: Choose the correct options.

(a) The Nimbus Two Thousand had a ________ handle.

i. teak
ii. mahogany
iii. maple
iv. rosewood

(b) When Harry left for the Quidditch pitch, it was _______.

i. dawn
ii. dusk
iii. day
iv. night

(c) The club that Wood gave Potter looked like a _________ bat.

i. cricket
ii. softball
iii. baseball
iv. rounders

(d) The Weasley twins were ____________.

i. beaters
ii. chasers
iii. seekers
iv. keepers

(e) Harry was the __________ and his job was to catch the _______.

i. keeper; quaffle
ii. seeker; golden snitch
iii. seeker; bludgers
iv. keeper; golden snitch

Question 2: Read the sentences and answer the questions.

“Now, Quidditch is easy enough to understand, even if is not too easy to play.”

(a) Who said these words? Why do you think the speaker said so?

Answer: Oliver Wood, Harry’s mentor said these words. He said so as the rules of the game of Quidditch were easy enough to understand, however, mastering the skills of the game were not that easy. Moreover, there were Bludgers, which would rocket around the players to knock them off their brooms.

(b) Do you agree or disagree with the speaker? Why?

Answer: Yes, I do agree with the speaker. The Chasers have to throw the Quaffle to put it through the hoops to score a goal. The Keeper who has to fly around the hoops to stop the other team from scoring. Then there are Bludgers, which could be dangerous if not handled carefully by the Beaters and finally catching the Golden Snitch is the most challenging task as it’s so fast and difficult to see and requires a really skilled Seeker to catch it.

Question 3: Read the sentences and answer the questions.

“Never at Hogwarts. We have had a couple of broken jaws but nothing worse than that.”

(a) Why did the speaker say these words?

Answer: The speaker (Oliver Wood) said these words in response to Harry’s question as to whether the Bludgers have ever killed anyone.

(b) What had never happened at Hogwarts?

Answer: The Bludgers have never killed any player during the game of Quidditch at Hogwarts.

(c) What had resulted in broken jaws?

Answer: The Bludgers, which would rocket around the players to knock them off their brooms have resulted in broken jaws of the players.

Question 4: Why couldn’t Harry concentrate on his lessons?

Answer: Harry could not concentrate on his lessons as his mind kept going back to his dormitory, where his new broomstick was lying under his bed. He was also thinking about the Quidditch pitch where he was going to learn to play that night.

Question 5: Which sentence in the extract suggests that the golden poles were very high?

Answer: ‘They reminded Harry of the little plastic sticks Muggle children blew bubbles through, except that they were fifty-feet high.’

Question 6: How many players were needed to play the game of Quidditch?

Answer: Fourteen players, seven players in each of the two teams were needed to play the game of Quidditch.

Question 7: Who were the Weasley twins?

Answer: Weasley Twins were the Beaters of the Gryffindor team. Their job as Beaters was to protect their side from Bludgers and try and knock them towards the other team.

So, these were Harry Potter Learns Quidditch Questions & Answers.