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Unit 18 is the last grammar unit of this course. It examines the modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice in details. Moreover we find a brief overview of the phrasal verbs and the relative clauses. Pages 2 and 3 contain a detailed chart on all existing English modal verbs and their uses in present, past and future tenses with the examples. In the paragraph on the passive voice we find information about how it is formed in different tenses (see the table on page number five) and when it is used. Further on there is some general information about clauses with the focus of two types of relative clauses: defining and non-defining.
The overview of different types of the phrasal verbs was if not new than long forgotten to me so it was quite interesting to find out their differences, division and the possible teaching ideas.