Communication

WEEK 1 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 1: Part of Speech 
Noun
Pronoun
The Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection

Day 2: Tense
Present
Past
Future

Day 3: Use of Has, Have, Had
Has/Have, Had, Will have
Has to, Have to, Had to, Will have to

Day 4: Use Had
May, Might, Must
May be, Might be, Must be
May have, Might have, Must have
Can, Could, Could have
Should, Should have
Would like to

Day 5:   Use of Few Most Used Words
Willing to
Getting to
About to
Yet to
Able to
Supposed to

WEEK 2 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 6:   Keep/Remain, Had Better, Going to
Keep
Remain
Had Better
Going to

Day 7:   Participles
Doubling of Same Words
Two Work Done by One Subject/Person
Double Future
Before After

Day 8:   Conditional Sentences
Double Future Conditional Sentence
Present Perfect and Future Indefinite Conditional Sentence

Day 9:   Imaginary Sentences
Indefinite Imaginary Sentence
Continuous Imaginary Sentences

Day 10:   Passive Voice Sentences
When to use Passive
Rules
Process to convert Active Sentences into Passive Sentences

WEEK 3 (Download Communication PDF)

Day 11:   Vocabulary
Verb with Three Forms
Hindi Meaning

Day 12:   Exercises