The melancholy. It takes little to upset them or make them cry. Quite often they are timid and uneasy.

The choleric. When they start something, the choleric often tires of it, and gives up. In dialogue they are loud.

The sanguine. They give their best efforts only when their interest is aroused.

The phlegmatic. They are slow to get used to new people, and speak in an unemotional way.