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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the last part of Act 3, Higgins and Pickering take Liza for her final test. Where does this "test" take place?
(a) At a party at the Embassy.
(b) At a Beethoven concert.
(c) At the prestigious Ascot horse races.
(d) At a grand ball in Buckingham Palace.
2. What does the ambassador's wife think of Liza?
(a) Liza is a sensation, and must have royal blood.
(b) Liza looks strangely familiar.
(c) Liza could become a diplomat.
(d) Liza may have a secret.
3. While talking with the Eynsford Hills at the social visit in Act 3, what does Higgins say all people really are?
(c) Equals under the sight of God.
4. To whom does Liza plan to go for advice the day after she leaves Higgins?
(a) Mrs. Higgins.
(c) Her father.
(d) Mrs. Pearce.
5. What upsets Higgins now that Liza is gone?
(a) He needs her to cook his breakfast.
(b) He doesn't know what appointments he has.
(c) He misses the sound of her voice.
(d) He doesn't have anyone to find his slippers.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Higgins say Liza might do next?
2. What shocking fact does Liza reveal about her father while talking with the Eynsford Hills in Act 3?
3. According to Higgins, what is Freddy?
4. What does Higgins offer to do for Liza at the end of the play?
5. What is the main reason Higgins brings Liza to the social visit at the beginning of Act 3?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Liza finally come into her own as a woman at the end of Act 5?
2. Describe Neppomuck. Who is he, and what does Higgins think of him?
3. What does Higgins conclude about the evening and about their joint project at the beginning of Act 4? What does he say that hurts Liza's feelings?
4. What does Higgins mean when he says that people are really "savages"?
5. Describe Mrs. Higgins and her relationship with her son.
6. What do Neppomuck and the ambassador's wife conclude about Liza? What does it suggest about class differences and about high society that Liza is so easily able to fool everyone at the party?
7. What does Mrs. Higgins say when she learns the two men have phoned the police at the beginning of Act 5? What does Mrs. Higgins realize about Liza that the two men do not?
8. Why doesn't Higgins want Liza to fetch his slippers for him and perform other like tasks?
9. What does Higgins think Liza should do with her future? Does he really give it any thought?
10. How does Freddy feel about Liza and what does he want from her? How is he different from Higgins?
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