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This is quite a complicated English unit. It covers modal and phrasal verbs as well as the passive voice. Modal verbs are used to add depth to other verbs, and when teaching modal auxiliary verbs it is probably easier to teach one at a time in the context of an engaging topic. The video lessons in unit ten were a great example of teaching the modal auxiliary verb \"can't\". The passive voice is when the sentence object becomes the subject of the sentence, to use if the do-er of the action is less important than the subject of the action. Relative clauses could be a difficult concept to grasp, because many native English speakers mistake defining and non-defining relative causes. This concept should be taught to higher level learners. Phrasal verbs are verbs that require multiple words for the meaning to make sense. For example, \"put\" has a different meaning to \"put up with\".