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THE FLOWER GIRL: Garn! Oh do buy a flower off me, Captain. I can change half-a-crown. Take this for tuppence.

THE GENTLEMAN: Now don't be troublesome: theres a good girl. (Trying his pockets) I really haven't any change--Stop: heres three ha'pence, if thats any use to you (he retreats to the other pillar). (Pygmalion, Act I)

The gentleman's response to the flower girl indicates that


he recognizes and appreciates her hard work.


he is generous and kind.


he is condescending and dismissive.


he is disgusted by the flower girl.


he is sensitive to the plight of those less fortunate.

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