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Evaluation of Educating Rita Scenes 7 and 8 would be the two last scenes from Act1. Seeing as it is just a two act drama, this is a fantastic point to reflect on how Rita and Frank's relationship has developed and changed since the start, both as instructor and student and on a more personal level. In scene 7 Rita and Frank discuss why Rita did not show up for Frank's dinner party and Rita clarifies how she was seriously considering going back to her old way of life. Back in Scene 8 we find that Rita has selected her new life within Denny and has packed her bags and abandoned him. Rita is becoming more desperate than ever before to understand and change herself but Frank isn't sure he wants to teach her because he likes her how she is. At the start of scene 7 Rita walks to the workplace, sits directly down and gets out her pencil case. We could tell there's a tense feeling because neither of these greet each other. There is anxiety because Rita didn't turn up to the dinner party which Frank invited her to. Before even saying 'hi tech' Frank begins to talk about doing it. "Now I do not mind; 2 vacant chairs at the dinner table signifies more of this vino for me. But Julia - Julia is your stage manager type. If we are having eight individuals to supper she expects to visit eight. She likes order." This passage says a great deal about the way Frank is feeling. He is obviously quite upset which describes why he didn't even say hello before beginning to speak. However, I really don't think he needs Rita to think he cares, I think this because he behaves like he's angry for Julia instead of himself. He believes that it was rude of her not to completely explain why she did not come. If Rita explains he and Denny had a big fight...