n this lesson, you traced the plot of Pygmalion from start to finish. You were able to identify the key elements of the play, such as the climax. The only thing that seems to be missing is the ending. Shaw leaves his audience hanging on purpose so that the audience members are forced to think it through and come to their own conclusions. Now, it is your chance to create the ending for this play. For this assignment, you will complete the following two parts:
Part 1: Rewrite the ending of the play to show what choice Eliza makes. Does she stay with Higgins, go on to marry Freddy, or do something else entirely? Your response should be a minimum of one paragraph in length and use proper grammar, syntax, and language conventions.
Part 2: Write a paragraph explaining your chosen ending and why you believe Pygmalion should end that way. Be sure to use examples from the play to support your reasoning. Your response should be a minimum of one solid paragraph (four to five sentences). You should be mindful of proper grammar, syntax, and language conventions as you are writing.