Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Quite"

You are quite a man.
He seems quite happy.
That's quite a story.
He looked quite tired.
That's quite a problem.
That's quite meaningless.
He has quite a few records.
Are you quite certain about it?
It is really quite a good story.
Quite a few Americans like sushi.
She has had quite a lot to drink.
She lives in quite a big mansion.
He gave us quite a lot of trouble.
It was quite dark when I got home.
I don't quite believe what he says.
I don't quite know how it happened.
Your son must be quite tall by now.
He trusts his assistant quite a lot.
He has quite a few valuable paintings.
He's been waiting here for quite a while.
Tom's new girlfriend is quite attractive.
That's something that happens quite often.
I felt quite refreshed after taking a bath.
This TV program is really quite interesting.
He received quite a few letters this morning.
I don't quite understand what you are saying.
I know quite a few people who don't eat meat.
I didn't know about that until quite recently.
I didn't quite catch the name of that designer.
It's quite difficult to master French in 2 or 3 years.
She visits him quite often, but never stays very long.
Tom managed a small bar near Boston for quite a few years.
Tom managed a small bar near Boston for quite a long time.
English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.
I don't quite believe it when I hear someone claim they can speak more than five languages fluently.


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