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    It is a quite comfortable room to live in.

    It is a quite comfortable room to live in.
    (from an exercise book)I wonder if this sentence should be rewritten as It is quite a comfortable room to live in.Thanks.

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    Re: It is a quite comfortable room to live in.

    GRAMMAR: Word order
    You say quite a before an adjective and a noun:
    It took quite a long time to answer the questions.
    ✗Don’t say: It took a quite long time.
    ── quoted from http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/quite
    I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: It is a quite comfortable room to live in.

    Quite a comfortable room is much more natural than the original.
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