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In Which Play Does A Character Say " I Don't Want To Speak Grammer I Want To Talk Grammer "

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mickman | 12:44 Mon 04th Feb 2019 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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^ That was Eliza Dolittle in Pygmalion.
13:38 Mon 04th Feb 2019
If you are going to Google this you need to use the word 'grammar'.
It seems an odd sentence.
GBS once said "I don't want to talk grammar. I want to talk like a lady."
^ That was Eliza Dolittle in Pygmalion.
Pygmalion. Eliza says it. I’ve just finished a run as Mrs Higgins lol
What's the difference between 'speak' and 'talk', I know of none, are you sure you've got the quote right?
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The quiz master is known for sometimes not wording the questions right I think Eliza Doolittle is the right answer . .Thanks for your help.
George Bernard Shaw caused a sensation when his play Pygmalion was first performed in London in 1914. He had the flower girl Eliza Doolittle flounce out in Act III with the words, “Walk! Not bloody likely." :0)

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