The trickiest word in English - Quite!

What's the trickiest word in English? For Vicki and Jay it's the adverb quite. Sometimes quite means the same thing in British and American English, but some...

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Comment by Robbie on March 5, 2019 at 12:21

I quite liked this video and I agree with Jay. When I use quite in my writings and conversations, I really mean it's 'very'. Now I know the proper use of this adverb. I quite understood the explanations and its differences to the American and British English. Thank you very much!

Have an awesome week to the both of you!

Robbie

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