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"Ah," said Hagrid, sounding worried. "Right -- back away, now, Harry, easy does it
"If being good at Divination means I have to pretend to see death omens in a lump of tea leaves, I'm not sure I'll be studying it much longer! That lesson was absolute rubbish compared with my Arithmancy class!"
"Are you okay?" Ron asked nervously.
Mr. Weasley, who had been outside waiting for the Ministry cars, stuck his head inside.
"Stay where you are," he said in the same hoarse voice, and he got slowly to his feet with his handful of fire held out in front of him.
"Sir," Malfoy called, "sir, I'll need help cutting up these daisy roots, because of my arm --"
Harry tried to pull himself together.
"Fine," he muttered, embarrassed.
Ron marched through the common room and out of sight up the stairs to the boys' dormitories.
"Probably a stray," said Hermione calmly.
Emboldened by Harry's success, the rest of the class climbed cautiously into the paddock. Hagrid untied the hippogriffs one by one, and soon people were bowing nervously, all over the paddock. Neville ran repeatedly backward from his, which didn't seem to want to bend its knees. Ron and Hermione practiced on the chestnut, while Harry watched.
"Very well, thanks --"
Harry got into the back of the car and was shortly joined by Hermione, Ron, and, to Ron's disgust, Percy.
"But -- Professor, my aunt and uncle -- you know, they're Muggles, they don't really understand about -- about Hogwarts forms and stuff," Harry said, while Ron egged him on with vigorous nods. "If you said I could go --"