I'm sorry, but this forum will have to endure my awful frenglish too.
You know, in french I would type two or three times faster... You have no idea how impairing using the english language can be, when I need to express a concise Idea.
In my own native language, I would use lot of words, would pay attention to the vibrancy of my sentences, and make NO spelling mistakes whatsoever.
Here, my vocabulary is severely framed, limited. I spend minutes to imagine a possible translation, what a waste of time!
And for a dominant Ne, this is a nightmare, because when you eventually reach a correct word to describe what you were thinking the moment before, you had time to find a completely different new Idea.
I feel out of sync!
Furthermore, my perception of English is almost entirely intuitive. I never really followed english lessons in school, and I fear it's quite obvious to guess it. As a matter of fact, I don't know the basic rules of english grammar: I use my own instinct, sometimes with disastrous results...
It's been several years since I've discovered the MBTI theory, and even now, I'm currently discovering new patterns about it. Usually, I do not like to make global generalizations or to put people in boxes, but I think there is something genuinely working under the MBTI mess.
When I used classic tests, I first thought I was an ENFP (t'was some years ago), but recently, after many advises from a wise colleague, it seems I could be an ENTP instead. And indeed, according to my function preferences, my Ti is far more stronger than my Fi, and unlike a true ENFP, I love to argue (IMHO it's a flaw).
Thus, my friends often describe me as "warm, caring... and a cold analytical thinker". According to a little game we did together, most of them perceive me as an ENTP. Woe is me!
The truth is I may be a self-hating NT. I mean, I'd like to be an NF, and NT's often disappoint me (especially when I catch some while they're obviously lying). I often think NT's are not as rational as they pretend they are, it's rather an attitude. But you don't chose who you are, do you?
I have a very strong tertiary Fe and hence, a genuinely benevolent side. I don't even need to fake it, I really like people, and enjoy their company. And the older I get, the mellower I become.
This said, what else can I say?
I'm a part time university teacher, and my specialities are architecture and landscape architecture. I enjoy Art with a fierce delight! Art, Art, Art, Art, Art!
I can be quite elitist, somehow (especially when I'm in a bad mood). But I tend to be chronically happy most of the time (it's an Extroverted trend).
I'm the kind of teacher who would rather befriend their students, share a drink or two with them or even invite them to parties (and vice-versa). I don't mind acting silly or displaying my emotions in public, and I often like to play random tricks too, so beware.
Politically, I'm Green Party, and religiously, I'm an atheist, even if I was raised into a jewish background.
That's enough for today!