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personality survey
a survey aim at finding the information about the complex (or part of it) of all the attributes--behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental--that characterize a unique individual.
speech
a formal talk given usually to a large number of people on a special occasion
insist
to demand that something must be done or that you must have a particular thing
messy
dirty, unpleasant, or lacking order
disorganized
badly planned and lacking order
embarrassing
causing embarrassment
outgoing
friendly and willing to meet new people
laid-back
very relaxed and not seeming worried about anything
generous
willing to give money, help, kindness, etc., especially more than is usual or expected
sincere
honest and saying or showing what you really feel or believe
reserved
tending to keep your feelings or thoughts private rather than showing them
wild
very energetic and not controlled
calm
peaceful, quiet, or relaxed; without hurried movement, anxiety, or noise
cool
calm and not anxious or frightened
neat
arranged well, with everything in its place
tidy
having everything in the right place and arranged in a good order
tricky
difficult to deal with or do
specialty
the subject of one’s study or work, or a particular skill
assignment
a piece of work given to someone, typically as part of their studies or job
in-law
a person you are related to by marriage, esp. the parents and other members of your husband’s or wife’s family
sibling
a brother or sister
confide
to tell something secret or personal to someone whom you trust not to tell anyone else
income
money that you earn by working, investing, or producing goods
great-
used with a word for a family member, such as grandmother, to mean one generation older than that family member
nephew
a son of someone’s brother or sister, or a son of someone’s husband’s or wife’s sister or brother
niece
a daughter of someone’s brother or sister, or a daughter of someone’s husband’s or wife’s brother or sister
close-knit
involving groups of people in which everyone supports each other
intrigue
to interest someone a lot, especially by being strange, unusual, or mysterious
orphan
a child whose parents are dead
mainstream
to place children with special needs in regular classes at school
rink
a large, flat surface made of ice or wood where you can skate
child care
the job of taking care of children while their parents are at work or are absent for another reason
loads of
much or many
dental
relating to the teeth
expense
an amount of money needed or used to do or buy something; cost
insurance
the agreement in which you pay a company money and the company pays the cost if you have an accident, injury, or loss
mortgage
money that you borrow to buy a home
fancy
the things and places are expensive and fashionable
chaos
a situation where there is no order at all and everyone is confused
regret
to feel sorry or unhappy about something you did or were unable to do