"Hello everyone and welcome to Hogwarts, more specifically welcome to your first year in Herbology. I'm Professor Adachi and I'll be your teacher throughout the year. Please feel free to come to me whenever you have any questions about homework or lessons, I'm almost always in my office if I don't have a class. Anyways, let us begin with a lesson. Can anyone tell me what they know about the Fire-Making Spell and what it is used for when it comes to Herbology?"
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She barely understood what the Proffesor said but tried to answer the question. "To rid bad looking les plantes?"
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To be quite honest the girl speaking a different language was getting annoying. If she didn't speak English she should attend the school that does speak her language. However, he didn't voice that thought. "The fire-making spell is useful because certain plants, such as the devil's snare don't like light and heat. Both of which are produced by said spell."
"Hello everyone and welcome back to Herbology. For those of you who may have forgotten my name over the summer, I'm Professor Adachi and I will once again be your Herbology professor this year. Let's jump right into a lesson and revisit the Severing Charm. Does anyone remember what it is?"
"Welcome back from summer holidays everyone, I hope you all spent it well. I'm Professor Adachi as you may or may not remember. I see no reason in why we can't dive into a lesson today so with that being said let's talk about a potion enhancer known as the plant Belladonna. Can anyone tell me its uses in a potion as well as its properties?"
"Hello everyone and welcome to your fourth year of Herbology. Just a quick reminder, though it may not be needed, my name is Professor Adachi and I am once again the Herbology professor this year. Today we'll be discussing Herbivicus, what is it and what is it used for?"