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I am an introvert with a bit pessimistic views of things.

As pointed out by @Tᴚoɯɐuo in this thread, the part "with a bit pessimistic views of things" doesn't look idiomatic.

I am an introvert, right. But I am not a pessimist to the extent of seeing only bad parts of a situation/thing. That's why I used 'a bit'.

I ponder over the negatives of an issue before moving to its positive sides. That's why I introduced a subordinate clause (not sure how the part ', with...' is called) instead of directly saying "I am an introvert and pessimist" (is it

I am an introvert and pessimist.

It seems too direct and inaccurate, isn't it?)

I was wondering how we could improve it.
Thank you a lot.

I am an introvert with a bit pessimistic views of things.

As pointed out by @Tᴚoɯɐuo in this thread, the part "with a bit pessimistic views of things" doesn't look idiomatic.

I am an introvert, right. But I am not a pessimist to the extent of seeing only bad parts of a situation/thing. That's why I used 'a bit'.

I ponder over the negatives of an issue before moving to its positive sides. That's why I introduced a subordinate clause (not sure how the part ', with...' is called) instead of directly saying "I am an introvert and pessimist" (is it too direct?)

I was wondering how we could improve it.
Thank you a lot.

I am an introvert with a bit pessimistic views of things.

As pointed out by @Tᴚoɯɐuo in this thread, the part "with a bit pessimistic views of things" doesn't look idiomatic.

I am an introvert, right. But I am not a pessimist to the extent of seeing only bad parts of a situation/thing. That's why I used 'a bit'.

I ponder over the negatives of an issue before moving to its positive sides. That's why I introduced a subordinate clause (not sure how the part ', with...' is called) instead of directly saying

I am an introvert and pessimist.

It seems too direct and inaccurate, isn't it?

I was wondering how we could improve it.
Thank you a lot.

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Does the sentence sound "I am an introvert with a bit pessimistic views of things" natural?

I am an introvert with a bit pessimistic views of things.

As pointed out by @Tᴚoɯɐuo in this thread, the part "with a bit pessimistic views of things" doesn't look idiomatic.

I am an introvert, right. But I am not a pessimist to the extent of seeing only bad parts of a situation/thing. That's why I used 'a bit'.

I ponder over the negatives of an issue before moving to its positive sides. That's why I introduced a subordinate clause (not sure how the part ', with...' is called) instead of directly saying "I am an introvert and pessimist" (is it too direct?)

I was wondering how we could improve it.
Thank you a lot.