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Which word do we stress, quite or the adjective? Write the stressed word.
►These pens are quite good but not as good as the ones I usually buy. quite
►This book is quite exciting. I can’t put it down. exciting
1- These fashions are quite new but not the very latest thing.
2- It’s quite late. We’d better be going.
3- The sums are quite easy. I can do them in my head.
4- The music was quite good, but I wasn’t really impressed.
5- The sun is quite bright. You’ll need your sunglasses.
Put in these adjectives: better, busy, nice, noisy, popular
Use quite or rather with each adjective. Sometimes either is possible.
Mark: I didn’t like that meal very much.
Sarah: The soup was quite nice though, wasn’t it?
Mark: The food was the last time we came.
Sarah: It’s in here, isn’t it? Everyone seems to be shouting.
Mark: I wasn’t expecting the place to be so full. It’s for a Monday evening.
Sarah: This restaurant is , you know.
Add a sentence expressing the idea in brackets.
Use quite or rather in your sentence. Sometimes either is possible.
►(It’s pleasant by the river.)
Let’s walk along by the river. It’s quite pleasant there.
►(You think Nick is aggressive.)
I don’t like Nick much. I think he’s rather aggressive.
1- (Changing trains twice is complicated.)
We have to change trains twice.
2- (Your car is big.)
I can give you all a lift.
3- (The show went on longer than you expected.)
It was a good show, but
4- (You made your decision quickly.)
It wasn’t a difficult decision.
Does quite mean ‘fairly’ or ‘completely’?
►Try one of these sweets. I think they’re quite nice. = fairly nice
►The driver walked away unhurt. It was quite amazing. = completely amazing
1- I couldn’t agree to the idea. It was quite ridiculous. =
2- I need some help with this crossword. It’s quite difficult. =
3- That isn’t the same thing at all. It’s quite different. =
4- I wasn’t expecting to get a postcard. I was quite surprised. =
5- I bought this guidebook. It looks quite useful. =
6- Are you sure you want the job? ~ Yes, I’m quite certain. =