Quiet vs. quite

By Kasey Brown/LifeatStart.com reporter

Often people misuse and misspell the words quiet and quite. This is because they are words that are spelled similarly. If you have trouble using or spelling these words, here’s a guide to using them.

Quiet is an adjective that means to make very little noise.
Ex. Please be quiet they are taking a test.

Quite is an adverb that means a little or a lot but not completely.
Ex. I’ve been quite busy this week.

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