There are all sorts of names you could call a person like this (and not so nice names too. LOL) This person could be anything from paranoid, narcissistic, self indulgent, arrogant, insecure or needs a good psychiatrist. Some people go through life thinking they know all about each person around them and don't mind telling that person so. Of course it's impossible to know another person 100% when you can't even know yourself 100%. This person is usually the type that doesn't take it slow and realize there are two sides to every story and starts to second-guess another persons actions. My philosopy in life is "if you are around a person that makes you feel bad more times than they make you feel good it's time to either have a good talk to them and be blunt about how you feel and they start changing or, walk away from them because they will only drain you of your energy and there will be nothing left for yourself or anyone else.
You would call that person an applicant.
A Bookworm!... :D
In the Roman Catholicism: A Lector; since the person reads from a Lectionary. In the Roman Catholicism: A Lector; since the person reads from a Lectionary.
They are proof readers?
There's a lot, but I'd say a bookworm.
this is a person who wants to learn and study new words, in other words a smart person!!
*what would i call a person who easily gets offended and does something back? i would call that a person who's overreacting.*I would call that person touchy and vengeful.
A person who saw something (usually a crime) is a witness.
He is called a palmist.Another term is cheiromancer, after famed palmist Cheiro.
they are called broadcasters on the radio but on the tv they are called presenters
you may be able to call this person a blackmail victim.
a Jewish person
An organist. Same title applies to those who play digitals, too.
The defendant is the person that is being accused of something.
The person is a participant (taking part in something).