4-111. My father is not at home. He is working beyond his regular hours of work.
4-112. The wallet which he has purchased is made of genuine leather.
4-113. The motorist is severely hurt in the accident.
4-114. The days that come before the examination are usually stressful.
4-115. I have paid as part of a larger sum 10% of the price for the washing-machine.
4-116. Joe finally admitted that he had broken the vase.
4-117. His parents made him amend his ways.
4-118. The couple raised their kids perfectly.
(a) called up
(b) checked up
(c) kept up
(d) brought up
(e) showed up
4-119. The prisoner kept pleading that he was not guilty.
4-120. After serving his sentence, he was let out of jail.
4-121. The passengers were fortunate to survive the wreck.
4-122. The crowd was astonished to see a horse in the shopping center.
4-123. Those who were not members of the army were warned to stay away from the war zone.
4-124. We were entertained by a famous magician.
4-125. I stopped to talk to her for a minute, after which I went on going.
(e) stood still
4-126. Originally I thought it was John who was calling me.
(a) at once
(b) at times
(c) at first
(d) at last
(e) at least
4-127. It is of little importance whether he passes his exam.
(a) makes sure
(b) makes the best of him
(c) makes his mind
(d) makes no difference
(e) makes clear
4-128. The meeting is called off.