Gapped Sentences (and IV)

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MET
The committee met to discuss the plans
The writer met the deadline
The engineers met so many problems that

NARROW
The passage is too narrow
He had a very narrow escape
To win by a narrow majority

SENSIBLE
To wear sensible clothes
The sensible thing to do is to ask for advice

TIGHT
The shoes are so tight that I can hardly walk
The screws are tight
Hold on tight or you’ll fall over

PLAIN 
She was wearing a plain blue blouse
Write it on a plain paper
The plain truth is that he’s crazy

OUTSIDE
The village is cut off from the outside world
To get outside advice

FALSE
To get money under false pretences

CARE
Would you care for a cup of coffee?
To care for the injured animals
He doesn’t care that his aggressive behaviour…

WAY
Everyone was getting in his way
I can’t imagine him going out of his way to help anyone else
None of them knew the way to the museum

STEPS 
He must take urgent steps to stop that.
I climbed the final steps of the lighthouse
You should retrace your steps and go back to camp

STOOD
The song stood a good chance of being a hit
Being the one with accent, I stood out amongst the others
My parents stood by me all the time I was in prison

CLAIM
No one will claim responsibility

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