Použití pojmu qui ve větách.
In the novel Dickens uses quiet often vernacular English especially of thieves and Jews. The wounds bled quickly, fully, splashing on to his shirt and his shoes. Potkávala mezi tisíci a tisíci Quijota a každý měl Janovu podobu. To be gone so quickly, like the image on the television screen. Whoever had broken the bulb was keeping very quiet, very still. Talk it down out of its terrors with quiet words and promises. Slowly the students began talking quietly among themselves. She was quietly telling him that he was the odd man out. It had clearly taken in the situation very quickly. Jaku, kámo, tohle je velkej problém, řekl Quil. Quil znovu zaštěkal a rozběhl se za nimi. The demon bolted the door, quickly, loudly. Quil zíral na kamínky a prohledával je. Pojď rovnou sem, Quile, přikázal Sam. Quil na mě zíral s otevřenou pusou. Un reve c est un reveil qui commence. His whiskers and nose were quivering. Prof quickly repositioned the cyjet. Salander gave her a quizzical look. Everything was quiet on the street. Pustila mě a běžela ke Quilovi. Tike quickly changed the subject. They sat quietly for a long time. She was quiet for a few seconds. All quiet on the Western front. Mike quietly retrieved the gem. She made a few quick decisions. Redman said his name, quietly. They sat quietly for a moment. Jaku? šťouchnul do mě Quil.
Be quiet anglicky,