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The Language of the Flowers was a popular method to express feelings where words might be improper, but did you know other means of doing so? Some ladies used their parasols, as well as their fans, gloves, and hankies to flirt with a gentleman (or alternatively, tell them to shove it!). — Bree


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November 12, 1888
Angharad,
It has been decided that you will return home for the holidays. I’m sure familiar faces will be a welcome change. Perhaps talking with other classmates will help to take your mind off of the motion of the train.

I was wondering if you would like to try out for quidditch next year? It is an active sport, one that requires swift thinking and smart moves. While it’s not much like hunting, certain players need to have a similar mindset.
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1888
Chail
I dinnae need the train. I kin jist donder [walk] tae Hogsmeade. It's closer than London. I'm nae aff tae [not going to] be thare neist [next] year fur quidditch. I'm nae guid enough.  Ah kinnnae read proper. Ye 'n' hen aye [always] say.
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November 15, 1888
Angharad,
You do need the train Angharad. Do not make me have to travel to Hogsmeade to fetch you, and you will not wander around unchaperoned. If you do not get on the train, you will stay at Hogwarts for the holidays.

You will be there next year because both I and my wife will personally make sure that your reading and writing skills improve before the year is over.
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Thare ur exams afair yule [before Christmas]. Thay micht mak' me gang [might make me go] then.  Thay hae a speil [play] ay th' school.  Ye hae tae pretend in a speil. I'll pretend I'm someain in a toun.  Maws 'n' das kin come.  A dinnae ken aboot [about] chails and hens.
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