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Weegy: She is the flower girl who gets lessons of Higgins. She first wanted to pay for them, but she did not know that they would cost more than a shilling. [ For her luck Pickering and Higgins make a bet that Higgins would not be able to teach her speak like a lady and she gets free lessons. Higgins occurs to be a rude person and is treating her like if she were his property. ]
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User: a.Aristophanes b.Euripides c.Plautus d.Terence e.Aeschylus f.Sophocles g.Seneca openly ridiculed Greek gods in his comedies.

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Aristophanes openly ridiculed Greek gods in his comedies.
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Why does Liza want Higgins's lessons? She wants to work in a flower shop instead of selling flowers on the street - -
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