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This unit covered modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. The information in this chapter is fairly useful. I had never even heard of modals or relative clauses before, though I instinctively knew all the rules regarding their uses. I had heard of phrasal verbs, but not the different kinds of phrasal verbs. It's good to know that I have this kind of information available for future reference.
Other things in this unit, like dependent/independent clauses, active/passive voice, and commas denoting non-essential information, were already quite familiar to me, as I teach them regularly for my part-time tutoring job.