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Unique Personalities (Beginner – A2)

Unique Personalities – Transcript

I have two younger sisters, Emma and Erin. Because they are identical twins, they look exactly alike. They are both tall with long curly hair and big brown eyes. Although they look the same, their personalities are completely different. Emma is loud and outgoing, while Erin is quiet and very shy. Emma loves parties and crowded places, but Erin prefers to read in her room. Emma plays on the basketball team at school, and she loves dancing. Erin plays the piano, and recently she started learning the guitar.
Everyone assumes Emma and Erin like the same things, but it’s not true. Each of my sisters has a unique personality.

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Understanding Personality Types

Unique Personality


Personality types play a significant role in how we interact with the world around us. Everyone is unique, and our personalities shape our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Let’s learn the basics of personality types, helping you gain a better understanding of yourself and those around you.

What is Personality?

Personality refers to the way we think, feel, and act. It’s like the special flavor that makes each person different. Imagine a big box of crayons – each crayon has its own color and brings something special to the picture. Similarly, each person has their own personality that makes them who they are.

Different Personality Types

1. Introverts and Extroverts

People can be either introverted or extroverted. Introverts prefer quiet and alone time, while extroverts enjoy being with others and socializing. It’s like some people recharge their energy by being alone, while others recharge by spending time with friends.

2. Thinkers and Feelers

Some people make decisions based on logic and facts – we call them thinkers. Others make decisions based on their feelings and emotions – they are feelers. Thinkers might say, “What makes sense?” while feelers might ask, “What feels right?”

3. Organized or Easygoing

People also vary in how organized or easygoing they are. Organized people like plans and order, while easygoing people prefer flexibility and spontaneity. It’s like having a tidy room versus a room where everything is relaxed and casual.

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Discovering Your Personality

Understanding your personality can help you communicate better with others and make choices that suit you. There are simple tests, like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), that can help you to understand your personality type. These tests ask questions to understand your preferences and characteristics.


Understanding and appreciating different personality types can lead to stronger relationships and a better understanding of ourselves. So, whether you’re an introverted thinker or an easygoing extrovert, remember that your personality is what makes you unique!



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