Check out the answers to Monday’s quiz!
1. When one attacks a person instead of his or ideas, it is called what fallacy?
Argument ad hominem. An example would be the Daily Prophet’s attempts to discredit Harry when he claims Voldemort is alive.
2. When Harry and his friends first enter the kitchen at headquarters a classified document has not yet been put away. What was it?
A parchment with plans to the Ministry of Magic
3. Sirius, when discussing why a certain member of the Order is tolerated, states that crooks “hear things we don’t.” Who is Sirius referring to?
4. Members of the Order of the Phoenix proved a psychological assessment of someone as having petty jealousies, a fear of Dumbledore, and a desire to retain power. Who are they talking about?
5. Spies use manipulation and flattery to get what they want. Who said in the Chamber of Secrets, “I’ve always been able to charm the people I needed.”
6. Name the double agent that works at the Ministry of Magic, is assigned to locate Sirius Black, and is actually a member of the Order of the Phoenix?
7. Kreacher is a known risk but must follow Sirius’s orders to the letter. What does Sirius say to Kreacher that allows him to partake on a secret mission?
“Go away.” Always be sure your directives to an agent are clear.
8. Code-Breaking Time: What number does Mr. Weasley have Harry enter into the phone box at the visitor’s entrance? And what English word does it spell out?
6-2-4-4-2, which spells MAGIC on a phone’s keypad
9. Harry shows a spy’s discretion when he is in Mr. Weasley’s office and pretends not to know what member of the Order?
10. Cornelius Fudge used what simple disinformation to try to ensure that Dumbledore didn’t attend Harry’s trial?
He told him the wrong time