quite - типичные ошибки в английском со словом quite
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1. One night when the house was quite Peter got out of bed and ran away.

2. I've quite grown used to living on my own.

3. In the circumstances, it was a quite rude answer.

4. This year the work at university is quite harder than last year.

1. One night when the house was quiet Peter got out of bed and ran away.

2. I've grown quite used to living on my own.

3. In the circumstances, lt was quite a rude answer.

4. This year the work at university Is rather harder than last year.

1. Quite (te) is an adverb: 'quite clever' (= fai rly clever) 'I quite agree' (= I completely agree) Quiet (et) is an adjective meaning 'with little noise' (opposite loud).

2. Quite is placed immediately before the word or phrase it modifies

3. quite + a/an + adjective + noun

4. Quite is NOT used before comparative adjectives/ adverbs.