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Now, click two adjectives that don't match the personality type.
Choose one of the personality types that matches you best. Discuss good and bad traits and how to ease the features you're not very proud of. Finally, complete the idioms below with their names.
is a happy camper.
looks down in the dumps. MrsJacobs
is as fit as a fiddle. Pete
is looking a bit under the weather.
Here is the first part of the text We're One of a Kind. Read it carefully and choose the articles that best complete the text.
We're One of a Kind
People are amazing beings. We all are humans with a mind, thoughts, and feelings - yet there are traits that make us one of
kind. No two people are truly alike, not even identical twins because one can be
happy camper and the other always looking down in the dumps. This is what we call personality,
combination of characteristics and qualities that form our unique and distinctive character. It’s
pattern of our behavior, feelings, and thoughts, it’s how we perceive things and react to situations.
People have always been intrigued by human personality. In ancient times, it was believed that all people could be classified into four personality types according to their body fluids (blood, yellow bile, black bile, and phlegm). Today, we know that such a grouping is not so straightforward. Modern psychologists tend to use
lexical approach, meaning they look at
words we use when describing someone’s personality. We notice people’s specific characteristics and choose words that best describe this distinctiveness, and we point out
extremes, but not so much
Choose the best answer to complete the statement.
Grouping according to body fluids is
Modern psychologists take a look at
Indefinite articles a/an
There are three articles in the English language. A and an are indefinite articles, we place them with singular nouns the first time we refer to a person, object, or animal. A is used with nouns (or adjectives before nouns) starting with a consonant (a student), while an is used with words starting with avowel (an umbrella).
A brand new car is parked in front of their house.
We got an unexpected visitor yesterday evening.
But: we use an + nouns starting with silent ‘h’:
I saw Ann an hour ago.
and a + nouns that begin with consonant ‘y’ sound when pronounced
She is a resident of a European country. He has a university degree.
The is the definite article, and can be used with singular or plural nouns when it is understood which thing or person we are talking about. We use the definite article, for example, when we believe the listener/reader knows exactly what we are referring to, or because there is only one, or because we have already mentioned it.
Where are the kids? The Queen of England lives in Buckingham Palace.
We have a Dalmatian dog. The dog’s name is Dobby.