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Difference between Quiet, Really and Absolutely

Chirag G.
23/09/2020 0 0

Hello everyone!🌷🌹

🔷️USING ADVERBS OF DEGREE TO DESCRIBE VERBS.

🔹"️Quite", "really" and "absolutely" can be used to modify verbs. These modifying words 👉must go before the verb.

🔹️In 🇬🇧UK English "quite" doesn't have as strong an emphasis as "really".
In 🇺🇸US English, the emphasis is stronger.
Example.
I quite enjoy cycling. 🚴‍♂️
"Quite" can be used before "enjoy" and "like."

🔹"️Really" is used to mean "a lot more."
Example.
I really like cycling. 🚵‍♂️
"Really" can be used before "like", "love", "enjoy", "don't like", and "hate."

🔹️"Absolutely" is used in extreme forms.
Example.
I absolutely love cycling.
🚴‍♀️
"Absolutely" can be used before "love" and "hate."

Further examples.
1. He quite likes playing tennis 🎾
2. She really enjoys playing guitar. 🎸
3. He really doesn't like cooking. 🍳🍲🥘
4. They absolutely hate singing.

Have a great time!

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