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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #65316: Personality and temper
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    Personality and temper

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    1. Ron doesn't smile or laugh a lot. He often looks worried about things.He is a very person.
    2. You can trust Meryam. If she's going to do something,she'll do it.She's very .
    3. Sam isn't good at remembering things. Last week he missed an important business meeting again.He is so .
    4. Jane should not be an accountant because she's very .She can never find the information she needs.
    5. Joe would make a great nurse because he's so -headed.He never gets anxious when things go wrong.
    6. My favourite teacher at school was Ms.Smith.She was pretty , but we had lots of fun too.
    7. Betty is a terrible social worker because she can't stand waiting for other people.She's very .
    8. Wendy's secretary is very .She types twice as fast as most secretaries,and she never wastes time.

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