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With this unit all basic grammar commonly taught in ESL classes got covered throughout the TEFL units. It started with modals. These add meaning to the main verb of the sentence. They are used to express ideas, obligations, advice, abilities, prohibitions, degrees of formalities,?
Then we had the passive voice. Sentences in passive voice have the same meaning as those in active voice but the focus in concentrated on the subject an action was performed on. Active concentrates on the agent / the doer of the action. The passive is formed with the same tense the active is formed by plus the verb in past participle. Passive voice is usually used when it is not known, unimportant or someone doesn?t want to say who the agent is. If the speaker /writer does decide to tell the listeners/readers the agent is added with a ?by? phrase.
Phrasal verbs can occur in 3 different types and depending on the type can have 1-2 particles following them (but the constructions works as one single verb).
The unit also covered relative clauses. These modify the noun of the whole sentence and are thus dependent on a main clause. There are defining & non-defining relative clauses. Non-defining relative clauses need to be separated by commas form the main clause.