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    • Join Date: Sep 2005
    • Posts: 36
    #1

    quite , really, very

    Hi ,


    what is the difference in meaning between the following sentences?

    1- It tastes really good
    2-It tastes very good
    3-It tastes quite good


    best regards


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
    • Posts: 19,434
    #2

    Re: quite , really, very

    It's a question of intensity:

    weakest = quite good [it is moderately pleasant to taste]

    median = very good [it is a pleasure to taste]

    strongest = really good [with "really" emphasised - it is outstandingly good]


    • Join Date: Sep 2005
    • Posts: 36
    #3

    Re: quite , really, very

    thanx Angilika for making it clear




    best regards

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