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1. I am somewhat reserved, so I don't talk too much.


2. It's not easy to understand other's personality.


3. My friend's character is opposite to mine.

4. I and my friend are similar in character.


5. I am quite different from my brother in character.


6. Children have the qualities of the parents.


7. Flattery is foreign to my nature.



8. I'm kind of introvert.


9. I am rather extrovert.

10. She's got a great personality.


11. You have such a wishy-washy personality.


12. The twins have very different characters.


13. The novelist characterizes his heroine as passionate.


14. He is an emotional man [character, response]


15. He is rather a neutral character.

(Are the expressions above all grammatical? If you find any wron expressions, let me know. Thank you.)

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  1. 2 - another's

    4 - My friend and I...

    8 - introverted

    9 - extroverted

    14 - man, person, character (all are fine)

    All the rest are fine.

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