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Young Hermione doing underage magic?

In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, it states that Hermione eagerly accepted her invitation to Hogwarts, and took to studying magic before she began her first year, even performing a few spells successfully.

How is this possible, with the M.O.M. laws about underage magic?

"Underage magic is any magic used 의해 a wizard 또는 witch who is under seventeen years of age outside of school, where children are permitted to use magic as part of their education. It has been banned under the Decree for the Reasonable Restriction of Underage Sorcery since 1875, and compliance with it is monitored and enforced 의해 the Improper Use of Magic Office at the Ministry of Magic using the Trace Charm. Children under the age of eleven, who have little control over their abilities and no wands, are exempt from the law, though their parents are expected to keep them under control in wizarding families." (link)

Hermione would have only been eleven years old...

 Young Hermione doing underage magic?
 PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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Mrs-Grint said:
Oh yeah, Tut tut, Hermy.

Emma looks kind of scary in that picture...
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aw, 당신 think so? i think she's adorable!!! n_n
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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Seriously, what is wrong with her eyebrows?
Mrs-Grint posted over a year ago
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I just reread this whole convo and LOL'd. I had forgotten about this.
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
3_ThePretender said:
oh aye! well spotted ;)
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thanks!
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
Bibelot said:
Its only in movie they have shown Hermoine doing underage magic, not in books.
Have 당신 noticed that in 2nd movie also, instead of Arthur Weasely, she repaired Harry's broken glasses when he met her at book shop.

And in the POA movie 1st scene,not book, Harry was doing 'Lumos' spell.
Thats why I don't like 영화 much. They have just snow-balled everything in movies!!
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ok, i was confused because i read this in the Harry Potter wiki: "Hermione proved to be a witch of exceptional skill and talent. Even prior to beginning her education at Hogwarts, she practised some simple spells, which all worked.[4]" This is the citation that follows: "4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" and the link "Philosopher's Stone" directs to the wiki about the book, not the film. I have yet to verify this in the book though, because I don't remember where it would be mentioned.
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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link
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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I think it might be the ONE THING that Rowling didn't think about. She's old, give her a break. Though, well spotted. :D:D:D
Mrs-Grint posted over a year ago
dylin1 said:
Yes and no. She might've not known, 또는 the rule might not apply to her yet. The rule probably applies itself as soon as she/he steps foot on hogwarts ground. she might've not known, but she probably did, seeing as she's a read-a-holic
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tru dat. could be possible.
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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ya...
dylin1 posted over a year ago
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But then she would have been NAUGHTY!!
Mrs-Grint posted over a year ago
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But as I said, the rule might've not counted for her, seeing as she wasn't officially a "witch" yet.
dylin1 posted over a year ago
BellaCullen96 said:
Well, that might not count until they actually start school, but I'm not sure.

They do use underage magic in GoF at the World Cup, though. Harry, Ron, and Hermione each use "Lumos" in the forest.
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that might be true. and good catch with the Lumos at the World Cup!
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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저기요 YA!
dylin1 posted over a year ago
travisjavan said:
in the 책 it states that they understand about small(babies) children doing magic.

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thanks travisjavan, i get that. i'm not sure if eleven would count as a small child though... oh well! :)
PiiXiiE posted over a year ago
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No. Some eleven-year olds are quite large...... -Jazz hands-
Mrs-Grint posted over a year ago
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