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Whats the meaning of quiet?



 
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Whats the meaning of quiet? #1 (permalink) Tue Jan 24, 2006 22:35 pm   Whats the meaning of quiet?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #119 "English Tenses", question 1

Mike: Please go away. I'm ......... a letter. I need some quiet.

(a) written
(b) wrote
(c) writing
(d) will write

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #119 "English Tenses", answer 1

Mike: Please go away. I'm writing a letter. I need some quiet.

Correct answer: (c) writing
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whats the meaning of quiet?

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Meaning of quiet #2 (permalink) Wed Jan 25, 2006 8:06 am   Meaning of quiet
 

Hi,
Quiet in this example is used as a noun and means silence. Quiet can be used as an adjective as well, meaning silent.
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