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By the end of the play, how have Higgins and Eliza switched roles?
Eliza is unhappy, and Higgins is satisfied with is life.
Eliza is uncertain of her future, and Higgins is confident.
Eliza is self-possessed and mature, and Higgins has lost his temper.
Eliza is angry and sullen whereas Higgins is delighted.
Eliza is a snob, and Higgins is aware of his limited position in society.