1. What sound from the painting on the wall lets the Prime Minister of Muggles know that the Minister of Magic is requesting a meeting?
(a) A soft cough.
(b) A clock that announces 13 o'clock.
(c) A loud zap.
(d) Three chimes of a bell.
2. How is the Prime Minister's schedule phone call with the president "rearranged"?
(a) The president is made to forget about it.
(b) The phone call is not rearranged in any way.
(c) Wizards shut down all phone service.
(d) Time freezes so the call can come in later.
3. What does Fudge say his purpose of his meeting with the Prime Minister is?
(a) To announce some new wizard farming initiatives.
(b) He wants to introduce him to his successor.
(c) To discuss the function of a rubber duck, since no muggle can understand it.
(d) To ask the Prime Minister and his wife over for dinner.
4. What animal does the Prime Minister's Junior Minister act like?
(a) A fish.
(b) A cat.
(c) A dog.
(d) A duck.
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