Your Favourite Colour Can Tell You A Lot About Your Personality
Read through the list below. Then, choose which personality best describes you. It might not be accurate, but still, it’s a fun way to know a little something about you according to your favourite colour. Enjoy…..
1. Want to give impression of mystery; sophisticated, dignified and impressive; always wearing this colour indicates protest.
2. Deliberation, introspection, conservatism, duty; like to be part of a group; good mixer, affectionate and faithful; loyal friends; sometimes inflexible beliefs, worrier.
3. Solid, substantial, good worker; patient, conscientious, dutiful, dependable, responsible, not impulsive, obstinate in habits; don’t like change.
4. Frank, community-minded, hopeful, a little moralistic; too self-effacing, modest and patient thus easily exploited; too much of this colour indicates high level of anxiety.
5. Cautious, searches for composure and peace, dedicated; may turn away from worldly things but have business ability, works too hard; compromises.
6. Colour of luxury and pleasure; flamboyant and fun-loving; inclined to dramatized; generally good-natured and popular; curious, maybe superficial.
7. Love and affection without passion; charming and gentle; a little indefinite; extreme fondness of this colour indicates desire for protection, special treatment and a sheltered life.
8. For those who are or want to be out-going; vigorous and impulsive, determined and optimistic; not very objective or aware of shortcomings.
9. Pure, innocent, naïve but lively and well-balanced personality; worn continuously suggests immaturity and idealism.
10. Happy, wise, imaginative, mentally adventurous; good in business, intellectual, clear-thinker; can be rather stubborn and opinionated.
Well, here’s the answer, and I hoped you match your personality-to-colour well.
1 black 2 blue 3 brown 4 green 5 grey
6 orange 7 pink 8 red 9 white 10 yellow
Taken from : DISCUSSIONS A-Z INTERMEDIATE
A Resource Of Speaking Activities
By Adrian Wallwork
Published by The Press Syndicate of the University Of Cambridge
© Cambridge University Press 1997