Quiet or Quite?
Exemple : ‘’She is a very quiet girl who hardly ever speaks.’’
The words “quiet” and “quite” are very commonly mixed up although they have very different meanings. “Quiet” is an adjective used to describe something which doesn’t make much noise. It can also be used as a noun to describe the state of being silent.
Exemple : ‘’I am quite happy with the way things are at the moment.’’
The word “quite” is used as an adverb meaning a little or a lot but not completely. It can also be used to express uncertainly when preceded by the word “not.”