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In this unit I have learned more about modal verbs, their uses and the differences. There are nine true modal verbs; would, could, should, might, may, must, will, can and shall. These modal verbs are used to express different ideas and don't change regardless of who is making the action. They are used to express; obligation, prohibition, possibility, permission, advice, to express ones abilities, as well as to make promises, and offers. Modal verbs depending on their context offer different degrees of advice, orders, and suggestions. There are also semi model verbs which consist of; have to, need to and ought to. If referencing a third person, these verbs will conjugate different for example have to will become has to. I have also learned about Relative Clauses, there are 3 different categories; the Independent Clause, Dependent Clause and Relative Clause also known as Adjective Clause. The Independent Clause can stand on its own, where the Dependent Clause must be connected with an Independent Clause, and the Relative clause is a Dependent Clause that modifies a noun. Under the Relative Clause or Adjective Clause, there are 2 branches, defining and non-defining.