Preface: Although we should type by functions, descriptions are still very useful to help people 'recognise' their type. I thought I would clean up some of the machine-translated descriptions because the garbled language obscured a lot of meaning. I've started with EIE because I think I understand this type the best. In addition to straightening out the language, I've elaborated on the descriptions for clarity. I'll do the others later if I find time.
Ethical Intuitive Extravert
This is the most contradictory and varied type of personality, both internally and in their outward expression and behaviour. Their expressions are very often variable but do not necessarily follow in a consistent fashion. Changes between expressions may be sudden and suprising. They can demonstrate emotional incandescence and then immediately change their expression to that of melancholy, according to their internal emotional states. Usually these emotional stages are not triggered by an external state of affairs, but are instead in reaction to the inner sensitivies of the EIE: how they percieve and interpret the world according to an internal filter.This is the most contradictory and most varied type of personality both internally and outwardly.
Most frequently variable, but not running, but a somewhat scattered view of eye they are expressive in Eie: they transfer first internal emotional incandescence, then is melancholy. Usually these emotions are not so much caused by real state of affairs, as they speak about the increased sensitiveness Eie.
Mimicry is also very diverse, obedient situation and that role, which is diverted Eie in this situation. This tuning of emotions occurs naturally and not always prednamerenno. Some representatives of this type have alarming, nervous smile, but majority smile rarely, preferring to preserve the serious expression of face.
The gait Eie, as a rule, elegant, clear, smooth, although a certain fixedness of motions is noticeable. Manners and poses are frequently they are spectacular, aristokratichny, and the gestures of produmanny, but regardless of the fact, they are modest or izyskanny, by them frequently does not be sufficient naturalness.
Their external behaviour is often very diverse in its range, appropriate and adpated to the situation they find themselves in and the roles they find themselves occupying. This fine-tuning of their emotional expressiveness and their own internal emotional states to suit the external situation happens naturally. It often does not require prompting or deliberation on their part.
Some EIEs may have an a striking smile conveying a great deal of nervous energy, but the majority smile rarely. Instead, they prefer to preserve a neutral expression as their default facial expression and only 'light up' when they are responding to some form of buoyancy produced by people or events around them.
The gait of an EIE is elegant, clear, and smooth, although there might be certain rigidity or control over their motions. Motions and poses of the EIE are frequently 'spectacular', as though performing these actions rather than simply executing them. They often convey a degree of aristocracy and there is some deliberateness of action. Regardless of this however, they are modest, but not necessarily 'natural', in their presentation. That is, even when appearing natural and unaffected, there is an undertone that their actions have been calculated to leave these impression.
The intuitive subtype may be described as possessing an unique and creative personality. It can be extravagant in its behaviours and dramatic in its presentation and both behaviours and presentation will often be unpredictable as it is dictated by an internal sense of occassion and mood.ARTIST
Intuitive subtype - original creative personality, extravagant and not predicted. It is very inquisitive and talkative. It is sufficiently emotional, we wound vpechatlitelen. It is internally stressed, frequent doubts and fluctuations are experienced, because of what it is sufficiently variable in its solutions. It occurs quick tempered and cuttings. Very artistichen, is emotional raskreposhchen, easily and freely are expressed its feelings. The mood of others feels well and it skillfully it governs. He speaks with a feeling and enthusiasm, even with the enthusiasm. It is very ironic, critical, it is sometimes caustic and haughty. In a good mood it can become the center of attention to any company. It is sufficiently practical, although to it confidence does not be sufficient in itself. The impression of business, active and sociable person is produced. It dresses sometimes uncommonly and extravagantly, and sometimes simply it is modest. The motions are irregular, are impulsive, but not flattened, but stopped up.
The intuitive subtype can be inquisitve and talkative and it is quite an emotional personality, easily wounded by its encounters. Its internal world is not a stable and calm one, but one of stresses and tension, often experiencing doubts and fluctations of moods. It seems unsettled, however this dynamic internal quality can manifest in interesting and unexpected 'solutions' to the problems which causes the Ni-subtype to experience stress.
It can be quite quick-tempered and often cutting. It may react sharply to percieved slights. In those instances, its mood may suddenly transform from sweet and pleasant to bearing its fangs. This volatility in its reactions is consistent with a certain artistic temperament as this subtype quite freely and expressly demonstrates its feelings. It is also perceptive of the moods of other people and capable of governing and affecting their moods as well through adjusting its own behaviour.
The Ni-subtype speaks with feeling and enthusiasm. Their voices are often well-modulated and they can vary their patterns of speech, tone and volume according to the emotions they want to convey or evoke in others. However, they do not always seek to be enthusiastic and passionate in speech, but instead adopt a haughty tone of irony most of the time. They can be both critical and caustic in the way they express themselves and often their meaning is not conveyed literally through their words but by a combination of their tone, expression and figures of speech. They prefer to communicate indirectly in casual conversation when they are not seeking to convince or inspire, enjoying both the effect of confusing other people and also creating an atmosphere of 'exclusive intimacy' with those who do understand their implicit suggestions. This often results in what seems to be derisive and mocking understone to their communications.
When in a good mood, the Ni-subtype can easily behave in such a way as to make themselves the center of attention. They are capable and willing to hold this position wherein they entertain by performing for the people they are surrounded by. It is quite comfortable in environment where it is necessary and natural to perform, such as being on stage, or story-telling, and may for this reason enjoy structured and formal environments where performance is expected and other people accept their role as an audience to the EIE.
This subtype is practical enough to get by in its daily tasks, but it does not attach much confidence to its abilities to so. However, it is capable of giving the impression of being an effective, professional, active and sociable person.
The Ni-EIE often dresses in a way that is unusual and extravagant, in order to express their internal mood and to impress or catch the attention of those around them. However, this is not always the case and on many occasion the Ni-EIE will deliberately chose to dress in a modest fashion so as to convey both a sense of modesty and restraint, and also to avoid attracting attention to their appearance when they do not feel entirely ready to be 'looked upon' due to some internal motivation or mood.
Their motions have a tendency toward being irregular and unusual. They may move impulsively as though suddenly inspired to act rather than thinking the action through. In these cases, their motions are not smooth and continuous between starting and completing the action, but in fact often 'end' in an abrupt and sudden fashion.