[Under his cloak, Julian walks right up to the front of the classroom, as the instructor continues talking]
Instructor: After that, your caster is no longer engaged in that spell, leaving you free to work another without risk of overload. There are downsides. It can take time to do the necessary modifications to prepare an active spell for anchoring.
[Reaching the front of the room, Julian stops directly in front of the instructor and waves a hand in front of their face, resulting in no reaction or interruption.]
Instructor: Destroying an object that has a spell anchored to it can be very difficult, so do not choose your spell or object hastily. For that reason it's advisable that you always work in a time limit when creating an anchor, or else--
[Julian looks back at the other trainees in the class; none of them seem to have noticed anything either. He smiles.]