Re: bargain for/drive a bargain/in the bargain/strike a bargain/
Another long exercise, Vil.
1. When John started a fight with the smaller boy he got more than he bargained for.
(bargain for = to be ready for; expect.)
In this context 'bargained for' indicates that the smaller boy gave him a hard fight, perhaps even beat him! John thought that he would easily beat the small boy.
3. The heat failed, and then the roof began to leak (in the bargain.)
Into the bargain. Colloquial use. Oh dear, it seems like one thing after another (to worry about).
9. She met herís end of a bargain.
No. Met her end.
12. There was no choice, so I just had to make the best of bad bargain.
Best of a bad bargain.
I have only dealt with errors; the rest are correct.