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    I love language. Not the writing part of it, but I like... is it called linguistics? I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I love language. Not the writing part of it, but I like... is it called linguistics? I don't know.
    Heh.

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    I'm really weird about spelling. I proofread EVERYTHING!!! Who knew this was an SP thing.

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    Well, I would really think of it as more of an SJ thing, but perhaps it's just our Se at work.

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    Also, I can look at the spelling of a word once and remember it forever, even if it is in my second language (French).
    That happens with most English words that I encounter(English is my 2nd language).

    Is this hyper-sensitivity to word/language structure nuance an ISFP thing? An SP thing? Or just an S thing? OR NOT?!
    It can be most likely an S thing. Don't S go into details? With that, they can remember things like spelling..especially for the dominant Sensors..an example is my youngest brother, who can babble on and on(w/o stopping) the details of how his online war game went on.
    I'm a Phlegmatic-Melancholy.

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    Well developed Se and Si together would be of good use to an editor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyGeek View Post
    I love language. Not the writing part of it, but I like... is it called linguistics? I don't know.
    Literature, perhaps? I like nonfiction better than fiction, though. I identify more with it. But I've read and liked some fiction books too and they contain mostly my fantasies
    I'm a Phlegmatic-Melancholy.

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    I do have one friend who is an ISFP and she works with me. Our type of job is VERY much about proofreading - she is quite good at the job and has become a trainer now after doing this job for several years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riel View Post
    Literature, perhaps? I like nonfiction better than fiction, though. I identify more with it. But I've read and liked some fiction books too and they contain mostly my fantasies
    Eh, no. Books are okay, but I more like to look at language itself.

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