Sorry about Thursday, I was sick as a dog and really couldn't make it.
I wanted to give your text for next Thursday. We will meet on Wednesday of course, but I wanted you to have more time to prepare for Thursday. It's very simple.
Here is the text: right click on the link, save the picture then you can print it in A4.
just before this scene, professor Higgins and colonel Pickering have taken Eliza to a mundane tea party at Mr Higgins' mother, where, although Eliza accent was perfect, she was saying rude things. But the young generation of upper class people there thought that her way of speaking was very cool and they did not suspect where she was coming from.
The text goes from line 508 ("Well?Is Eliza presentable?) to line 615.
Only two questions to answer: bargain!
Question 1: In the dialogue, what is the mother suspecting? What is she thinking might be happening at Wimpole street (Higgins house)?
Question 2: Do YOU think the same as what she's thinking?
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