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Past Simple vs Present Perfect Homework Exercise A: 1. have known, met 2. have had, bought 3. have you heard, haven't spoken 4. hasn't worked, moved 5. didn't go, had Exercise B: 1. haven't fed, gave 2. has been, was 3. have lived, lived 4. haven't been, was 5. has changed, saw. 6. didn't see, wasn't 7. have just mopped, was 8. was, have ever eaten 9. have had, bought 10. took, haven't seen Exercise C: 1. bought, hasn't arrived 2. have not been, went 3. had, haven't seen. 4. put, haven't fallen 5. has been, haven't spoken

Present Perfect Simple vs Continuous Homework Exercise A: 1. e, had 2. c, been running 3. a, read 4. b, been sunbathing 5. d, finished Exercise B: 1. has just had 2. has been acting 3. has been baking 4. has already proposed 5. have ever eaten 6. have been waiting 7. have never been 8. have been working 9. have already had 10. has been teaching Exercise C: 1. have known 2. has been working 3. has been calling 4. have had 5. has been sleeping

Quantifiers Exercise A: 1. any, some 2. all, much 3. no, none 4. all, many 5. few, little Exercise B: 1. f, few 2. j, most 3. h, any 4. a, much 5. i, none 6. c, no 7. d, a lot of 8. e, many 9. g, some 10. b, little Exercise C: 1. no, some 2. a lot, any 3. much, all 4. none, many 5. a few, a little

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise A 1. nobody, anything 2. everybody, anybody 3. somewhere, nothing 4. nothing, everything 5. anybody, something Exercise B 1. i, anywhere 2. h, nothing 3. e, everybody 4. b, anything 5. d, everything 6. g, something 7. c, nobody 8. j, somewhere 9. f, anybody 10. a, everywhere Exercise C 1. card, everybody 2. wallet, nothing 3. anywhere, years 4. somebody, door 5. everything, menu

Relative Pronouns Exercise A: 1. whose 2. who 3. whom 4. which 5. that Exercise B: 1. d, whom 2. i, whose 3. f, that 4. j, who 5. g, which 6. e, whose 7. h, that 8. c, who 9. a, whom 10. b, which Exercise C: 1. which / that, sizes 2. whom, Sicily 3. whose, accident 4. who / that, neighbour 5. which / that, gold

Confusing Words Exercise A: 1. make, do 2. lie, there 3. watch, look at 4. heard, lay 5. their, listen Exercise B: 1. rises, i 2. bring, g 3. its, a 4. lose, c 5. effect, d 6. it's, e 7. raise, j 8. took, b 9. loose, h 10. affect, f Exercise C: 1. their, lay 2. doing, lose 3. it's, effect 4. raise, hear 5. bring, watch

Homophones Exercise 1: 1. bear, scent 2. dessert, cereal 3. flour, bread 4. whether, piece 5. allowed, banned Exercise 2: 1. g, chews 2. j, guest 3. d, fair 4. b, heal 5. i, guessed 6. c, hire 7. h, choose 8. e, heel 9. f, higher 10. a, fare Exercise 3: 1. flu 2. board 3. warn 4. weight 5. mist

Interjections Exercise A: 1. Hey 2. Wow! 3. Oh dear! 4. Ah! 5. Eww! Exercise B: 1c 2b 3c 4a 5c 6a 7a 8a 9c 10b Exercise C: 1. Ouch! 2. Shh! 3. Hmm… 4. Eh? 5. Oops!

Modals of Deduction Exercise A: 1. must have walked 2. might be 3. can't be 4. can't have been 5. might have been Exercise B: 1. must have been 2. must be 3. might / may / could be 4. might / may / could have been 5. must be 6. might / may / could have been 7. can't be 8. might / may / could be 9. might / may / could be 10. can't / couldn't have been Exercise C: 1. can't be 2. must have lost 3. might / may / could be 4. might / may / could have gone 5. must have taken

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English language skills are among the most important prerequisites to being able to reach one’s full career potential in America. Nearly  22.8 million  people in the U.S. were limited English proficient (LEP) in 2013, of whom 87 percent were immigrants. Contextualized English language programs, integrated education and language-training programs offer new  approaches  to preparing immigrants for career advancement and increased integration.

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These programs help participants build a vocabulary that is specific to an industry or employer. Integrated education and training programs allow participants to build basic skills, including English, and occupational skills concurrently by combining adult education and technical skills training. Such approaches enable immigrants to accelerate their skills development and get a job or advance in a career, saving time and money and helping to fill employers’ needs.

About  46 percent  of the nation’s employers reported difficulties filling jobs in 2015. Middle-skill jobs, which are defined as requiring more education than a high school diploma but less than a four-year college degree, currently represent the  largest  pool of jobs in our labor market. As U.S. demographics change and more people in the workforce retire, helping immigrants and refugees build their skills is critical so they can fill growing skills gaps, advance our economy and reach their full career potential.

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Skills and Opportunity for the New American Workforce

Here at the National Immigration Forum, Skills and Opportunity for the New American Workforce has shown promise. In partnership with the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education and Miami Dade College, this  project  provides contextualized English language instruction for frontline retail workers through local community colleges, at the worksite or on campus.

These retail workers represent three grocery store chains: Kroger in Houston, Publix in Miami, and Whole Foods in the greater New York City area and Houston. Training is delivered in person and virtually, through a new custom application accessible on desktop computers and mobile devices. The curriculum incorporates vocabulary and concepts relevant to the retail industry, such as customer service, store safety, technology and team communication.

Workers and employers alike  have identified significant benefits  to participating in the program. In the first year, the vast majority of participants — 80 percent —  demonstrated  an increase in English language skills. Moreover, 53 percent of participants expressed that they had “improved a lot” in their understanding of spoken English, 90 percent reported being on track for improving communication skills both at and outside of work, and 95 percent indicated that their improved English skills helped them do their job better.

Within the first twelve months, participants also experienced career advancement after completing the training: 20 percent received promotions in Miami, 19 percent in Houston and 11 percent in New York City. Additionally, across all sites, 79 percent of participants reported being on track for a promotion. And 88 percent of employer partners reported that as a result of participants’ increase in language skills, they saw improvement in store productivity, quality of work, reduced time per task and lower employee turnover. All participants were still employed 60 days after the conclusion of training. These improvements reduced the turnover-associated cost of recruiting and training new workers.

The project’s second year of training, which built on the  success of year one , just concluded. With a revamped curriculum and improved technology tools, the project has assisted nearly 1,000 retail employees to achieve the skills they need to reach their fullest potential and unlock career pathway opportunities.

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Elsewhere, the  LDS Humanitarian Center  in Salt Lake City is providing integrated education and language training. One of its  goals  is to “provide job skills training and English language classes to refugees seeking to gain employment to help support themselves and their families.”

The program started in October 2009 as a partnership in which the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints each contributed funding and recruited participants. Through the program, about 150 associates, or participants, receive about 12 months of training and job placement assistance. Associates also  receive  four hours of intensive work training and four hours of language skills training five days a week. Associates work with job coaches, English teachers, job developers and other volunteers to develop the skills needed to obtain employment.

The  evaluation  of the program’s first year, 2010, revealed that almost 60 percent of associates found full-time employment after an average of 11.2 months in the program, and nearly all of these positions offered benefits. Furthermore, almost 88 percent of associates made at least one level gain in English, and 58 percent made two or more level gains. In 2016, 64 percent of associates found a full-time position after about 8.6 months in the program.

In Seattle, the  Ready to Work  initiative was designed for immigrants, refugees and others who face significant barriers to learning English and gaining employment. It was created in partnership with the Seattle City Council, three city agencies and a group of stakeholders. This innovative program  combines  English language proficiency instruction, digital literacy training, job skills development and case management to prepare immigrant and refugee students to enter or advance in the workforce.

To allow for more personalized instruction, students learn in small groups through multilingual resources including video, visuals and storyboards. They also get a chance to develop career skills through project-based learning and problem-solving tasks. Through a strong relationship with selected employers, the program offers experience-based career exploration, including visits to local work sites, practice interviews and job fairs.

In 2015, the first year following its launch,  22 students  — including Ethiopians, Eritreans, Mexicans, Vietnamese, Somalians, Chinese, Guatemalans, Thai and Cambodians — completed the program. While results of the first evaluation of this program have not yet been released, its design is promising.

Integrated education and training programs are a helpful tool for immigrants participating in adult education programs and interested in beginning and growing a career in a wide range of industries. But that’s not all. By 2020, estimates suggest that the U.S. economy will have a shortage of  7.5 million  workers across various sectors and skill levels. That is very close to the total population of nine U.S. states: Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming. Moreover, in the next 40 years, immigrants and their children are projected to account for all of the growth in the U.S. labor force.

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With changing demographics, workforce shortages and widening skills gaps, workforce programs that prepare immigrants for middle-skill jobs are crucial for ensuring the continued growth of our economy. Contextualized English language training and integrated education and training models are emerging not a moment too soon.

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In 2017 I introduced restricted answer sheets, particularly when it takes a lot of time and effort to produce the answers (many sheets also include detailed Reformed Functional Skills mapping). All site contributors are entitled to request restricted answer sheets. It's my way of saying 'thank you' and also encouraging new people to share resources. 

If you are a contributor simply send me an email or use the site contact link  stipulating which answer sheets you want. I will send you a link within 24 hours (unless I'm on holiday!). Scroll down to view a list of all sheets.

Skillsworkshop is now 24 years old: teaching methods have gradually changed since 2000 - and dramatically since Covid 19! Remote teaching is now widespread and here to stay. Many older resources have the answers appended to the main PDF rather than in a separate document. I'm slowly separating the answer pages so teachers can send learners resources without  answers attached!  If you would like me to split a particular PDF file for you, please ask.   

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  • Wimbledon Facts & Figures  (E2-L2)  Maggie Harnew, Jul 2016
  • Number Patterns and Sequences (E2-E3 with extra practice sheets) Maggie Harnew, Apr 2017
  • Functional Skills Easter Quiz  (E3-L1)  Nicola Smith, Apr 2019
  • Guinness World Records – converting measures  (L1-2) Hannah Yates, Jun 2017
  • Loft Conversion  (L1-2) Elizabeth Adeyemi, Sep 2017
  • Place Value Underpinning for Functional Maths  (L1-2)  Maggie Harnew, Oct 2017
  • Apollo Missions L1-2 Functional Maths   Philip Mansfield, Sep 2019
  • D Day Landings L1-2 Functional Maths   Philip Mansfield, Oct 2019
  • TV Licensing Functional Maths  (L1-2)  Maggie Harnew, Dec 2019
  • Currency conversions L2 Functional Maths   Jon Wolf, Jul 2020
  • Properties of 2D Shapes for Entry Maths   Alison Tait, Mar 2021
  • Properties of 2D Shapes - quadrilaterals & triangles   Alison Tait, Mar 2021
  • Properties of 3D Objects for Entry Maths   Alison Tait, Mar 2021
  • Skillscheck for L1 Functional Maths   Nicola Smith, May 2021
  • E3-L1 Posting Parcels, Letters and Cards   Maggie Harnew, Dec 2021
  • Warm New Year English & Maths  (E3-L2)  Maggie Harnew, Jan 2022
  • Valentine Meal Deal (E3-L2 ) Maggie Harnew, Feb 2022
  • Pancake Day in Exdale (E1-L2)   Maggie Harnew, Mar 2022
  • Best Buys and Proportion (L1-2) Vikki Bushell, Apr 2022
  • London Marathon Maths (E1-L2)  Maggie Harnew, Sep 2022 
  • Easter Chocolate (E1-E2) Eve Sheppard, Jan 2023  
  • Using Formulae - Australian version (L2)   Loretta Beattie, April 2023    
  • Using Formulae Version 2 - Australian version (L1-2) Loretta Beattie, April 2023
  • Cost of Living: Sandwich costs (L2 & beyond)   Maggie Harnew, May 2023

Classic Maths

  • Driving times investigation (L2 averages)   Leia Fee, Jun 2010 updated 2021
  • Wimbledon Statistics 2015-19 (L1 %s & fractions)   Leia Fee, Jun 2010 updated 2021
  • Area, perimeter, volume re-cap task (L1)   Nikki Gilbey, Oct 2013 updated 2021
  • Mental addition strategies (reordering) and problems for E1-E2   Maggie Harnew, Nov 2005 updated Jan 2021
  • Mental addition strategies (compensating) and problems for E2   Maggie Harnew, Nov 2005 updated Feb 2022

English and/or ESOL

  • Shrove Tuesday Functional English  (L2)  Maggie Harnew, Feb 2017
  • H alloween Complex Sentences  (L1-2)  Maggie Harnew, Oct 2017
  • Valentines's Day Functional English tasks  (E1-L1)  Maggie Harnew, Feb 2018
  • UK Black History Museum (L2 reading) Andrew McLeod, April 1019
  • Capture that springtime optimism  (L2 reading) Anne-Marie O'Reilly, May 2019
  • Halloween E2 reading tasks   Kate Lindley, Sep 2019
  • St Patrick's Day Functional English (E3-L2)   Maggie Harnew, Mar 2020
  • Captain Tom - reading, writing , SLC tasks (2 files: E3 and L1)   Laura Bell, Jun 2020
  • Let's get Blogging - reading, writing (L1-2)   Caroline Bennett, Jun 2020
  • What is Carbon, really? L1-2 Reading   Laura Bell, May 2021
  • Ways to join the Police Force L2-2 Reading   Jodie Murrell, May 2021
  • Abba: Why the UK gave the Swedish band nul points  (L1-2 reading & writing)  Sharon Kitching, Nov 2021
  • Sports Centre E2 mock assessment reading & writing   Sharon Kitching, Nov 2021
  • Thundersnow Functional English reading tasks (E2-E3 and L1-L2)  Maggie Harnew, Jan 2022
  • St Dwynwen's Day E3-L1 reading tasks Maggie Harnew, Jan 2022
  • How to Plant Potatoes E3 mock assessment (reading & writing) Sharon Kitching, Feb 2022
  • Spot the missing article   (E3-L1 online Google doc)  Jay Hall, June 2022
  • 'Last Lesson', GCSE English Paper 1 AQA styl e  Matthew Ruddle, July 2022
  • News Consumption L2 Edexcel style practice reading paper Stephanie Gilford, July 2022
  • Halloween - like it or loathe it? E3-L2 sentence structure, commas and paragraphs Isabel Jordan, Oct 2022
  • Reading Exam Quiz (L1-L2)  Sue Richards, March 2023
  • Practice multiple choice spelling for E3 and beyond  Jacqui Wallis, March 2023
  • Burns Night L1-L2 reading tasks Maggie Harnew, Jan 2024 NEW
  • Move Leap Day! L1-L2 reading tasks . Answers coming soon.  

Classic English

  • Wimbledon 2021 E2-E3 Functional English   Christine Robinson, June 2008 updated 2021
  • Homophone cloze exercises for E2   Maggie Harnew, May 2010 updated 2021
  • Homophone cloze exercises for E3 and beyond - set 1   Maggie Harnew, May 2010 updated 2021
  • Homophone crossword for E2-E3 Functional English   Maggie Harnew, June 2021
  • L1 Functional Skills English Revision Handout Jon McGowan April 2011, updated by  Maggie Harnew, May 2023 
  • Homophone cloze exercises for E3 and beyond - set 2   Maggie Harnew, May 2010 - updated May 2023 
  • Possessive apostrophes L1-2 Functional English and ESOL Maggie Harnew, Dec 2005 updated Jan 2024 NEW

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