quiet - stopniowanie przymiotnika

Wzór stopniowania przymiotnika quiet – stopień równy, wyższy i najwyższy plus przykłady użycia w zdaniach.

quiet
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adjective:
playquiet
comparative:quieter
superlative:(the) quietest
  - cichy, spokojny
- milczący, cichy
  • quiet
Przykłady zdań:

quiet

I'm rather quiet myself, so I like talkative people.
Tom is a very quiet boy.
Follow me. I know a quiet place.
I'll play one more CD. Then we'll have a quiet spell.
He's just shy, and that's why he's always quiet.
Is the engine on? It's amazing how quiet it is.
Her voice is great but very quiet. I think she's rather shy.
It's a quiet neighbourhood popular with young professionals.
I've always dreamt of living in a country cottage. I'd love a quiet life.
This is a quiet place and there's not much entertainment.
The resort was just what we were looking for. It's a really quiet place.
The town is quiet now but will be packed with travellers in summer.
Our holiday included a trip to one of the islands in a quiet bay.
We live in a quiet street opposite the park.
I spent a quiet day alone on the beach yesterday.
We live in a quiet country village with a river running through its centre.
I'd hate to be famous. I like the quiet life.
All I want is to have a quiet life.
I've never known Josh to be violent. He's a very quiet man.
I've never been very ambitious. The quiet life for me!
Why is there a crack in one of the kitchen floor tiles? Has somebody dropped something and kept quiet about it?
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quieter

The harbour was crowded, so we sailed on to somewhere quieter.
I like London but I prefer Oxford because it's smaller and quieter.

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