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In this final chapter on grammar, I learned about modal auxiliary verbs and passive voice, for the most part. Along with phrasal verbs as well. It really filled in the gaps of the information I already knew as a native speaker. I learned that modal auxiliary verbs can be used for expressing degrees of certainty, as well as obligation, or ability. I also learned that there are conjugation rules to be aware of when going into past tense, or future tense. I learned that with passive voice, we are putting the emphasis on the object (turned subject) of the action, as opposed to the doer of the action. I learned that there are three different kinds of phrasal verbs, and the types depend on if there is an object, and if so, where in the word order does it go. Transportation is a good topic to use when teaching phrasal verbs.