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Ron tore his eyes away from this splendid sight to look excitedly at Harry.
"You sound like Hermione."
"I can only see you."
"Shut up, both of you!" said Harry sharply. I heard something."
"No, we don't mind," he said. "You'd think we dragged her along, wouldn't you.
Neither Neville nor Hermione showed the slightest interest in what lay underneath the dog and the trapdoor. All Neville cared about was never going near the dog again.
An owl hooted loudly, and Harry nearly fell out of the tree. He steadied himself in time to hear Snape say, "-- your little bit of hocus-pocus. I'm waiting."
"No -- Charlie -- your brother, Charlie. In Romania. Studying dragons. We could send Norbert to him. Charlie can take care of him and then put him back in the wild!"
"So?" said Ron, but he looked a bit uncomfortable. "She must've noticed she's got no friends."
"Wow," Ron sighed, as the broomstick rolled onto Harry's bedspread.
It was Hermione who spoke first.
The common room was packed and noisy. Everyone was eating the food that had been sent up. Hermione, however, stood alone by the door, waiting for them. There was a very embarrassed pause. Then, none of them looking at each other, they all said "Thanks," and hurried off to get plates.
"Wonder how long Potter's going to stay on his broom this time? Anyone want a bet? What about you, Weasley?"
"Oh, well done!" cried Professor Flitwick, clapping. "Everyone see here, Miss Granger's done it!"
The next morning dawned very bright and cold. The Great Hall was full of the delicious smell of fried sausages and the cheer ful chatter of everyone looking forward to a good Quidditch match.