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8. In Hamlet, Lord Polonius attempts to gain favor with the king through Hamlet's relationship with
a. Queen Gertrude
b. Ophelia
c. Laertes
d. Rosencrantz
B?

26. What does Liza do in Act 1 of Pygmalion to try to prove that she can speak just fine?
a. says her vowels
b. reads a newspaper
c. sings a song
d. tells a story

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