Harry looks for the train to Hogwarts.
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Directions: 1) Read the script and choose the pronoun or possessive adjective that best completes the sentence. 2) Listen again and check your answers.
Hagrid: What're you looking at? Blimey, is that the time?? Sorry, Harry, I'm gonna have to leave you. Dumbledore'll be wanting his...well, he'll be wanting to see me. Now, uh, your train leaves in 10 minutes. Here's your ticket. Stick to it, Harry that's very important. Stick to your ticket.
Harry: Platform nine and three quarters? But Hagrid, there must be a mistake. This says Platform nine and three quarters. There's no such thing...is there?
Harry: Excuse me, excuse me.
Trainmaster: Right on your left, ma'am.
Harry: Excuse me, Sir. Can you tell me where I might find Platform nine and three quarters?
Trainmaster: Nine and three quarters? You think you're being funny, do ya?
Mrs. Weasley: It's the same year after year. Always packed with muggles, of course.
Mrs. Weasley: Come on. Platform is 9¾ this way! All right, Percy, you first.
Mrs. Weasley: Fred, you next.
George: He's not Fred, I am!
Fred: Honestly, woman, you call yourself our mother!
Mrs. Weasley: Oh, I'm sorry, George.
Fred: I'm only joking. I am Fred.
Harry: Excuse me! C-could you tell me how to...
Mrs. Weasley: How to get on the platform? Yes, not to worry, dear. It's Ron's first time to Hogwarts as well. Now, all you've got to do is walk straight at the wall between platforms 9 and 10. Best do it at a bit of a run if you're nervous.
Ginny: Good luck.