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That sentence sounds weird to you?
I would like to pass an idea of a great personality, I'm trying to do this in a figurative way. Is there any problem with the combination "much personality"?
We don't (or shouldn't) quantify personality as such. You can say she has a very nice personality. Technically, you shouldn't say "She has no personality" when you mean "She has a quiet, introverted personality". One person cannot have more personality than another.
Last edited by Raymott; 16-Mar-2016 at 09:54. Reason: quiet
Of course, you don't have to use the word "personality" to describe somebody. You could say a person is interesting or you could say that when he speaks people hang onto every word. You could say a person is funny or you could say he makes people laugh. You could say a person is a leader or you could say that people are eager to follow him.
You could say a person has personality plus.
I think it is more common to hear that a person has "a lot of character" than "a lot of personality".
I am not a teacher.
I've never described someone as having "a lot of character" in my life! It sounds like a phrase from a previous century to me. People are frequently described as "having a lot of personality" or "having a great personality".
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.