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Higgins's tempting Eliza with promises of "chocolates, and taxis, and gold, and diamonds" in Act II reveals

A

his failure to understand what motivates her.

B

his understanding of women's complicated desires.

C

his own desire for those things.

D

his admiration for practical women.

E

his ability to analyze the motivation of others.

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