There are multiple ways to determine how you would describe yourself in three words. First you can describe yourself by the things you love to do. Another way is to ask your closest friends to describe you. Finally you c... More »

Narrowing down three words to describe a person can be difficult. However, according to Syracuse University Career Services, it is best to use positive adjectives that can be backed up with specific examples. More »

Examples of adjectives that pertain to a person's personality include "adventurous," "amicable," "dynamic," "exuberant" and "gregarious." These are examples of positive personality traits. However, there are also negativ... More »

While the number of words the average person speaks in a day can depend on age, culture and other factors, a University of Arizona study found that most people speak around 16,000 words in a day. This study found no sign... More »

The habitual liar may wear a false smile, may lack head movement and use a number of filler words, such as "er" or "uh." Many pathological liars have other personality disorders or a mental illness. More »

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The 5 Love Languages test is designed for people to understand their emotional communication preferences, or in other words, their love language. It is an assessment of 30 statements wherein the test taker is asked to se... More »

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Narrowing down three words to describe a person can be difficult. However, according to Syracuse University Career Services, it is best to use positive adjectives that can be backed up with specific examples. More »