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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. Where is Liza at the beginning of Act 5?
(a) With Mrs. Higgins.
(b) With Freddy.
(c) Back in Covent Garden, wandering in the vegetable market.
(d) With her father.
2. What shocking word does Liza use during the social visit with the Eynsford Hills in Act 3?
3. Who is Neppomuck?
(a) The ambassador from Hungary.
(b) A major rival of Higgins.
(c) A Hungarian prince.
(d) A former student of Higgins.
4. In Act 5, Doolittle reveals that he is miserable because certain people are hounding him. Who are these people, and why are they after Doolitttle?
(a) Women, who want to marry him.
(b) Creditors, asking him to pay his debts.
(c) The police, who think he is guilty of stealing the money.
(d) His relatives, asking for money.
5. About how much do Liza's clothes cost?
(a) 1000 pounds
(b) 500 pounds.
(c) 1200 pounds.
(d) 200 pounds.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mrs. Higgins concerned about after meeting Liza at the social visit in Act 3?
2. What does Higgins eat while he talks of Liza's future?
3. What question does Liza have for Higgins after the party is over and they are back at Higgins's home?
4. What does Higgins say about the experiment with Liza?
5. What do Higgins and Pickering fear might happen at the end of Act 3 to spoil their bet?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Higgins mean when he says that "my manners are exactly the same as Pickering's"? In what sense is he right? In what sense is he wrong?
2. Does Higgins really not care about Liza? How can you tell? What comments and reactions on Higgins's part show that he is growing fond of Eliza?
3. What happens to Doolittle in Act 5? Explain how Higgins is responsible.
4. How does Higgins behave during the social visit? Explain. What does this "gentleman's" ungentlemanly behavior suggest about class differences?
5. During the social visit with Mrs. Higgins and the Eynsford Hills, what does Liza say that is shocking?
6. How does Liza finally come into her own as a woman at the end of Act 5?
7. How does Liza succeed in hurting Higgins in Act 4?
8. Why is Liza so upset in Act 4? What does she want to know?
9. 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?
10. What does Liza ultimately think of the party and of her success at the end of Act 3?
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