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Every Person is a Mystery Presented by the students of Form 9A, Comprehensive school №1-gymnasia of Ratne Teacher: Ella Bokhenska
We know that a family is a group of people who are related to each other, especially a mother, a father, and their children; many factors contribute to forming our personality, for example, our sex, class, culture, or lifestyle, one of the most important is our position in the family; personality is the quality of character that makes someone interesting or enjoyable to be with; personality is someone who has a very strong character and is very different from other people.
The aim of our investigation: Group I Who is more important to us: our family or our friends? Group II What makes people interesting to others?
The results of Group I: We made a survey about the importance of family and friends to us among our students, teachers and parents and got such results:
The results of Group II: We asked our classmates to fill in the table “How does your position in the family affects your personality?”: First-born children Middle children Youngest children Only children pros self-confident, reliable independent, competitive charming, affectionate, relaxed organized, imaginati-ve cons bossy, anxious jealous, insecure indecisive, lazy selfish
Conclusion Being a personality is not the same as having a personality. Alan Coren, British writer
Resources Longman Exams Dictionary English File, Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig, OUP http://www.animationfactory.com