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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Potter Dog o Dog Potter
A: In what context?

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Q: 🎈91
. "The Sword-6"

"The Sword of Godric Gryffindor" is a magical object. No matter where the Sword 【would be ➡︎ happens to be】at the time, it will appear in the Sorting Hat when a true member of Gryffindor house is in need of it. It happens only when they are in the danger and still show 【✖️a 】real bravery, like Harry and Neville did.
A: "The Sword of Godric Gryffindor" is a magical object. No matter where the Sword happens to be at the time, it will appear in the Sorting Hat when a true member of Gryffindor house is in need of it. It happens only when they are in the danger and still show real bravery, like Harry and Neville did.

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I have looked up some things today and I discovered this... which I didn't know, or forgot, about the Sword...

"Dumbledore placed an identical copy of the sword in his office, because he knew that the Ministry of Magic would try to confiscate it, and hid the real sword in a hole in the wall behind his portrait. Sure enough, the sword on display in the Headmaster's office was later taken by Rufus Scrimgeour for examination.

When the sword was returned to the Headmaster's office, students Ginny Weasley, Neville Longbottom, and Luna Lovegood attempted to steal it for Harry, but were caught and punished. Following that incident, Severus Snape passed the counterfeit sword to Bellatrix Lestrange, who stored it in her Gringotts vault alongside Helga Hufflepuff's cup, one of Voldemort's Horcruxes."

It was on a web site about Harry Potter. 🙂 They have lots of things I didn't know.

http://harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Sword_of_Gryffindor
Q: 🎈90
. "The Sword-5"

Back in the 【✖️Goblet of Fire ➡︎ Chamber Of Secrets】, when Harry is in danger, the Sword turns up with Fawkes, Dumbledore's Phoenix, and helps him kill Basilisk, the serpent.
At this point, it seems that the Sword 【has taken ➡︎ takes】in the Basilisk's venom and gains the power to destroy Horcruxes.
A: . "The Sword-5"

Back in the Chamber Of Secrets, when Harry is in danger, the Sword turns up with Fawkes, Dumbledore's Phoenix, and helps him kill Basilisk, the serpent.
At this point, it seems that the Sword takes in the Basilisk's venom and gains the power to destroy Horcruxes.

Fawkes brings it in the Sorting Hat... the Sword seems to live there : ) but Voldemort seems to have forgotten the Sorting Hat is dangerous when Neville wears it.

I had forgotten about the Basilisk venom.
Q: 🎈87

"The Sword of Godric Gryffindor"-1

Dumbledore makes 【the ➡︎ a】replica of The Sword of Godric Gryfindor and orders Snape to store it in 【✖️the】 Bellatrix Lestrange's vault, and hides the real one in his office. Harry is to know for what purpose he should use it; to destroy Horcruxes.

My question is:
– Why Dumbledore tried to give the Sword to Harry in his will (it failed though), when it is not the right time for Harry to have it. Was it the replica?–
A: こんにちは ☀️

"The Sword of Godric Gryffindor"-1

Dumbledore makes a replica of The Sword of Godric Gryfindor and orders Snape to store it in Bellatrix Lestrange's vault, and hides the real one in his office. Harry is to know for what purpose he should use it; to destroy Horcruxes.

My question is:
– Why did Dumbledore try to give the Sword to Harry in his will (it failed though), when it is not the right time for Harry to have it. Was it the replica? –
Q: 🎈76

Could you tell me the difference between:
"love of Lily" and "love for Lily"
ー It is about Snape's love ー
A: It would be the same if they were from the book of course. 🤔💭

I think "love of Lily" sounds more like a simple descriptive noun phrase. "Love for Lily" means the same but seems to emphasise the yearning Snape feels. 😃🎶

It must be early in Japan, I'm just off to bed. 🙂💤💤
Q: 🎈63
Could someone correct my writing?
In the Harry Potter world, how old will a wizard or witch live to be, barring accidents or murder?  
This may be a pointless question, but when I follow the story I'm often confused like 【"who is who's what?" ➡︎ who's relative is who?"】

Take Bathilda Bagshot: She is a great aunt of Grindelwald (about Dumbledore's age), and when she was murdered reportedly by Voldemote some days prior to Harry's visit to Godric's Hollow, she was extreamly old and called "gaga".  How old was she?
A: In the Harry Potter world, how old will a wizard or witch live to be, barring accidents or murder?  
This may be a pointless question, but when I follow the story I'm often confused like "who's relative is who?"

Take Bathilda Bagshot: She is a great aunt of Grindelwald (about Dumbledore's age), and when she was murdered, reportedly by Voldemort, some days prior to Harry's visit to Godric's Hollow, she was extremely old and called "gaga".  How old was she?

Although they are often quaintly old I think their lifespan is about normal. Apart from the two who made the elixir of life (with the philosopher's stone?). I get confused about the relatives too.

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