AD014 - A Narrow Escape - Adjective or Adverb

Gap-fill exercise

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When the plane was circling over the airport, all of the passengers knew that something must be wrong. It was moving (UNSTEADY) through the air and, although the passengers had fastened their seat belts, they were (SUDDEN) thrown to the front. At that moment a flight attendant appeared. She looked (PALE) but her voice was very (CALM). The informed everyone that the pilot did not feel (GOOD) and passed out. She wanted to know if there was anyone who could help. A man got up (IMMEDIATE) and followed the flight attendant into the cockpit. All the passengers were getting (TENSE) but they (HARD) said anything . The plane was now (DANGEROUS) close to the ground. The worst moment of the flight came when they had to land. When the plane touched the ground, however, they only felt a (SLIGHT) bump . They had (NARROW) escaped a disaster.