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    Personality
    Part 1-style questions
    Examiner: How would you describe yourself? Paula: Everyone tells me I take after my mum as I’m quite laid-back … I think I’m good company but you should ask my friends if they agree …
    laid-back: see ‘easy-going’
    good company: enjoyable to socialise with
    to take after: to be like (often another member of the family)
    Examiner: In which ways are you similar to your friends? Manuel: I seem to be attracted to introverts … not people who are painfully shy but most of my friends are a little reserved … and I think that’s what I’m like …
    introvert: someone who is shy
    painfully shy: very shy
    reserved: shy
    Examiner: Are you similar or different to your brother(s)/sister(s)? Mira: I think my brother and I are very similar … I’d say we’re fun-loving and tend to be a bit extroverted … my brother is certainly the life and soul of the party … I’m not sure that applies to me …
    fun-loving: to enjoy having fun
    extrovert: an energetic person who likes the company of others
    to be the life and soul of the party: a fun person, someone who is the centre of activity

    Part 2-style task
    Describe a teacher you once had who you enjoyed being taught by. You should say
    who this person was
    when they were your teacher
    which subject they taught you
    and describe what it was about their character that you liked.
    Carolina:  I’d like to describe my English teacher from school … Miss Thomas … this was a few years ago now and she was my teacher at a time when I was getting a little bored with being at school … unlike some of the other teachers Miss Thomas never lost her temper … she was very calm and easy-going … she was also very broad-minded … we were able to ask her questions about lots of subjects that some other teachers would refuse to discuss which made us respect her even more … she had a great sense of humour too … she’d laugh at our jokes as well as making us laugh … and she would also bend over backwards to help us with our work … she always put us first and often stayed around at the end of class to talk with anyone who needed help … apparently she was highly respected within her field but you would never know as she was the type that hid her light under a bushel … she was very modest and self-effacing … so yes … Miss Thomas was a teacher I have fond memories of …
    to bend over backwards: to try very hard to help someone
    broad-minded: prepared to accept other views or behaviours
    easy-going: relaxed and not easily worried about anything
    to put others first: to think of others before yourself
    to hide one’s light under a bushel: to hide one’s talents and skills
    good sense of humour: the ability to understand what is funny
    self-effacing: to not try to get the attention of others (especially in terms of hiding one’s skills or abilities)
    to lose one’s temper: to suddenly become angry
    Part 3-style questions
    Examiner:  Which personal qualities do you think we most want to pass on to our children? Martin: I certainly would want my children to be self-confident and self-assured … I really believe that people who feel good about themselves are in a good position to face what life has to offer them … and I’d hope they wouldn’t be self-centred … but remembered to think about others …
    self-assured: confident
    self-centred: thinks only of oneself
    self-confident: believes in one’s own ability or knowledge
    Examiner: Which characteristics do you think are the least appealing in a person? Marianne: Well … people who are very narrow-minded are difficult to get on with … it’s nice when someone is open to other people’s opinion and willing to think about their own views … and people who are two-faced can be a little irritating … relationships are built on trust and without honesty there’s not much left …
    narrow minded: opposite of ‘broad-minded’ (see above)
    two-faced: not honest or sincere. Will say one thing to someone to their face and another when they are not present.
    Examiner: Which personality types do you think are less likely to suffer from stress or anxiety? Sol: Probably people who are thick-skinned … who don’t let people or problems affect them too much … and if you are fair-minded you’ll be less likely to overreact to situations or be quick-tempered …
    quick-tempered: to become angry quickly
    thick-skinned:  not easily affected by criticism
    fair-minded: to treat people equally
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    trustworthy: can be trusted
     
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