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Thread: Questioning my type version infinity?????

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    Default Questioning my type version [infinity?????]

    What type do you think would receive the following sort of comment in a language learning enviroment?

    "You have a strong ability to analyze and correct errors once you become aware of them -- you show much improvement in this area."

    The entire Aufsatz is found here [almost entirely in german]:

    http://the16types.info/Aufsatz/Aufsatz3.pdf

    What do you guys think and what do you think my language learning ability says about my type? Essentially the way I improve my German is by looking at similarities in alternate ways to say something and patterns in spoken language. I can recognize whether a word is a verb, noun, adjective, pronoun without knowing what the word means and by how it is used in a full sentence context.

    And of course, what the teacher has pointed out in that I can analyze the correct way to correct a grammatical problem when I am made aware of the problem.

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    i think it says nothing at all about your type.

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    You guys must be getting tired of these threads ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmcnew
    You guys must be getting tired of these threads ...
    well, i think that such threads are interesting and shed light on certain aspects of what personality affects, but with regards to something like this, which clearly seems to me like it should be non-type-related....

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    Anybody else?

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    I think there is something here type specific and those of you who have commented so far have not noticed it exactly or are misunderstanding what I am asking or focusing too much on the concepts that can not be said to be type related ...

    Anyone else?

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    Something that can be taught ... ? I really do not know how you came to that conclusion.

    I am hoping that someone who knows German will comment, because an important part of what I am asking about is actually about the German.

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    I still have no idea how that relates to what I am asking ...

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    Maybe I should rephrase the question to something like:

    "What sort of type is good at following patterns in language and can learn by being shown alternate ways to say things and also has an ability to analyze the correct way to say something once an error has been pointed out?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Isha
    (Interestingly enough, it appears that it's a > or > preference, but I wouldn't take that too seriously).
    What do you mean?

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