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“Thanks,” said Harry, pushing his sweaty hair out of his eyes.
“What’s that?” said one of the twins suddenly, pointing at Harry’s lightning scar.
“Blimey,” said the other twin. “Are you — ?”
“He is,” said the first twin. “Aren’t you?” he added to Harry.
“What?” said Harry.
“Harry Potter,” chorused the twins.
chorus [“kɔːrəs] vi. 合唱；异口同声地言语
“Oh, him,” said Harry. “I mean, yes, I am.”
The two boys gawked at him, and Harry felt himself turning red. Then, to his relief, a voice came floating in through the train’s open door.
“Fred? George? Are you there?”
With a last look at Harry, the twins hopped off the train.
Harry sat down next to the window where, half hidden, he could watch the red-haired family on the platform and hear what they were saying. Their mother had just taken out her handkerchief.
“Ron, you’ve got something on your nose.”
The youngest boy tried to jerk out of the way, but she grabbed him and began rubbing the end of his nose.
“Mom — geroff.” He wriggled free.
geroff是说 get off ，（尤用于告诉他人）别碰，走远点，我不相信，住口，别打搅了![用于祈使句]。
“Aaah, has ickle Ronnie got somefink on his nosie?” said one of the twins.
“Shut up,” said Ron.
“Where’s Percy?” said their mother.
“He’s coming now.”
The oldest boy came striding into sight. He had already changed into his billowing black Hogwarts robes, and Harry noticed a shiny red and gold badge on his chest with the letter P on it.
留意有两处黄底的句子，a voice came floating in through the train’s open door.和 The oldest boy came striding into sight之中，come +doing 都表现方法或伴随。
如：The children came running to meet us.
come running 的意思是“跑来”，指的因此“跑”的方法“来”，或许说，在“来”的进程中同时还在“跑”。
She came crying as soon as she saw me.
后接dancing, shopping, fishing, hiking, hunting, skating, skiing, surfing, swimming, walking等，表现来中断该活动。
Why don’t you come ice-skating tonight?
如：She went sobbing up the stairs.
The car went skidding off the road into a ditch.
Go sobbing的意思是“边走边哭”，go skidding的意思是“边走连打滑”。
go 后接 dancing, shopping, fishing, hiking, hunting, skating, skiing, surfing, swimming, walking等，表现去中断该活动，其用法与下面讲到的“come+如今分词”类似，只是偏向差别，一个人现“来”做某事，一个人现“去”做某事。
如：It’s dangerous to go skating on the lake.
I hired a boat so that I could go fishing.
He finished lunch and went shopping.
billowing adj. 如波浪般翻腾的；汹涌的
badge [bædʒ] n. 徽章；证章；标记
“Can’t stay long, Mother,” he said. “I’m up front, the prefects have got two compartments to themselves —”
Prefect 级长： 霍格沃茨的先生干部。学校每年从五年龄先生中选出男、女级长各一名。作为先生会主席的助理，担任维护学校规章制序的先生。享有运用霍格沃滋特快列车的公用车厢以及学校级长公用浴室的权益。 级长职责包括圣诞节的时分担任监督装饰的情况，平常留意走廊的情况，严寒时期要反省一、二年级先生休假时分在城堡里的情况。在学校的特快列车中，承受先生会主席的指示，然后每隔一段工夫在走廊上巡视一下，下车的时分级长一定要维护好次序。新学期的宴会终了后，担任给重生领路。
“Oh, are you a prefect, Percy?” said one of the twins, with an air of great surprise. “You should have said something, we had no idea.”
1. 表现“氛围”，作为物质名词 (不行数)，通常不与冠词连用。如：We breathe air. 我们呼吸氛围。Let”s go out and have some fresh air. 我们到里面去呼吸新鲜氛围吧。我们到外; We should die without air. 没有氛围我们就会逝世。若特指，则加定冠词。如：The air felt cold. 这里的氛围很冷。The air in the room was bad. 房里的氛围不新鲜。
2. 表现“空中”、“天空”，是不行数名词，但通常要与定冠词连用。如：The air was full of butterflies. 空中飞满了蝴蝶。There was thunder in the air. 天空中响起了雷声。
3. 表现“模样外形”、“模样外形”、“表面”、“氛围”“，通常与不定冠词连用，若特指则用定冠词。如：He has an air of importance. 他摆出一副煞有介事的模样外形。There was a comfortable air about herroom. 她的房间有一种令人舒适的氛围。He had the air of achild who was afraid. 他显出小孩吃惊的模样外形。
4. 表现“不天然的态度”、“造作的姿态”，通常用双数，且不用冠词。如：You needn”t take such airs with me. 你不用如许对我装模作样。
“Hang on, I think I remember him saying something about it,” said the other twin. “Once —”
hang on: If you ask someone to hang on, you ask them to wait or stop what they are doing or saying for a moment. 等一下子 例： Can you hang on for a minute?你能等一下子吗？
“Or twice —”
“A minute —”
“All summer —”
“Oh, shut up,” said Percy the Prefect.
“How come Percy gets new robes, anyway?” said one of the twins.
How come 独自用为”怎样回事？””怎样搞的？”之意，比如说你跟冤家打招呼问，how are you? 他若说 Not so good，你就可以问How come? 想知道发作了什么。这里Why也可以交换运用。How come 的用法大部分就便是 why ，但是它的用法没有像 why 那么广, 它通常是用在你以为奇特, 而问为什么的时分。
固然 how come 跟 why 的用法上差未几, 但二者的问法差别. 比方, “Why is our oven broken?” 换成 how come 的话, 要说成, “How come our oven is broken?” 留意一下, 这二句的 be 动词地位是纷比方样的。
“Because he’s a prefect,” said their mother fondly. “All right, dear, well, have a good term — send me an owl when you get there.”
She kissed Percy on the cheek and he left. Then she turned to the twins.
“Now, you two — this year, you behave yourselves. If I get one more owl telling me you’ve — you’ve blown up a toilet or —”
“Blown up a toilet? We’ve never blown up a toilet.”
“Great idea though, thanks, Mom.”
“It’s not funny. And look after Ron.”
“Don’t worry, ickle Ronniekins is safe with us.”
“Shut up,” said Ron again. He was almost as tall as the twins already and his nose was still pink where his mother had rubbed it.
“Hey, Mom, guess what? Guess who we just met on the train?”