What is Your Conversation Style? Take this quiz to know!


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  • Question of

    With your friends, you’re most likely_______.

    • Freely sharing stories and jokes
    • Listening and chiming in here and there
    • Asking tons of questions
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    How much personal information do you share with casual friends?

    • A bit, but I prefer to hear more about my friends than talk about myself
    • Quite a lot
    • Very little
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    After someone meets you for the first time, they’d be most likely to say ______.

    • They seemed really interested in getting to know me.
    • I feel like I’ve known them forever.
    • I can’t wait to learn more about them.
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    You’ve been accused of being too ______.

    • Chatty
    • Standoffish
    • Nosy
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    Several of your good friends have never met so you arrange a dinner for the group to get to know each other better. You’re most likely _______.

    • Breaking the ice by introducing everyone and steering the conversation
    • Hanging back and letting the group warm up on their own
    • Breaking the ice with a joke or story
  • Question of

    Public speaking makes you feel ______.

    • Energized
    • Nervous
    • Fine, but I’m more interested in hearing what others have to say
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    Which profession best suits you?

    • Counsellor
    • Public Relations
    • Librarian
  • Question of

    How do you feel about slightly awkward silences in conversation?

    • They bother me because I worry I’m not interesting enough to keep the conversation flowing
    • They bother me because I worry I’m not contributing enough to keep the conversation flowing
    • They bother me because I worry I’m not asking enough questions to keep the conversation flowing
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    When working on a group project, your best role is _______.

    • Secretary: You’ll be happy taking notes at the meetings and typing up the final report
    • Leader: You’ll be happy coming up with an exciting idea and keeping the group motivated
    • Strategist: You’ll be happy figuring out the best way to get things done and assigning people to the tasks they’re best suited for
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    Your best friend is crying on your shoulder, how do you show your support?

    • You tell them about the time you went through something similar. Hopefully they’ll feel better knowing they’re not alone in the experience, and they’ll appreciate hearing how you dealt with it.
    • You listen quietly. Hopefully they’ll feel better after they’ve let it all out, and they’ll appreciate getting the chance to say exactly what’s on their mind without interruption.
    • You talk them through it by asking a lot of questions. Hopefully they’ll feel better after analyzing the situation from all sides, and they’ll appreciate knowing how interested you are in their problems

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