Throughout the scene in Act II, Mrs. Pearce is upset about Higgins intentions, why?

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Higgins intends to not only teach Eliza, but to move her into his home as well. Mrs. Pearce is extremely upset by this plan, as it is completely inappropriate for a young, single woman to be staying in their home.