Complete these sentences using the words in brackets. Each time use quite with the positive word and rather with the negative word.
Sarah lives *** to get to her house. (near/us but it’s/difficult).
quite near us but it’s rather difficult
She’s quite intelligent but rather lazy. (intelligent/but/lazy)
The car goes quite well but it’s rather noisy. (well/but it’s/noisy)
The programme was rather long but quite interesting. (long/but/interesting)
George is quite a hard worker but he’s rather slow. (a hard worker/but he’s/slow)
I was rather disappointed with the hotel but Jim was quite pleased. (disappointed)
It’s quite a well-paid job but it’s rather hard work. (a well-paid)
Sarah lives quite near us but it’s rather difficult to get to her house. (near us / but it’s/difficult)