How to talk about yourself
Je suis célibataire
Je suis plutôt énergique et sportive
J'aime aller au cinéma
To say what you like in French, use j'aime. If you really like something, say j'aime bien and if you love it, say j'adore. Je n'aime pas means "I don't like" and if you're not that keen on something, say je n'aime pas trop...
Similarly, you can say:
To say what you are like, start with je suis and follow it with a suitable adjective. You can qualify your statement with très (very), un peu (a bit) or assez (quite). Plutôt is also a very common, conversational word, which means fairly, pretty or kind of:
Young people use tu rather than vous when talking to each other. Tu is only used when talking to a friend; otherwise use vous. The tu form usually sounds the same as the je form because the final 's' of the verb is silent: j'aime, tu aimes, j'écoute, tu écoutes.