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Hi everyone, Sam here.
And in this lesson, we're going to look at four different uses of "quite."
We use "quite" before an adjective or adverb to mean less than very, but more than a little.
It's quite cold, and it's raining quite heavily today.
We can use "quite" before a verb – often the verbs "like" and "enjoy."
I quite like watching football, but I don't love playing it.
We can use "quite a" before an adjective plus noun.
My brother is quite a good musician.
But, if we take the adjective away, and just have "quite a plus noun," the meaning changes.
My brother is quite a musician, which means my brother is a very good musician.
He's impressive.
So quite is quite useful, isn't it?
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4 uses of quite - English In A Minute

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luna.chou published on March 11, 2020
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