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I found this unit really helpful, since these are aspects of grammar I've never learned, so everything was completely new to me. I've always wondered how to classify phrasal verbs, especially when a noun comes in the middle of it. I also enjoyed learning about the different modal auxiliary verbs because it's something I often struggle with in Korean. In English there are so many precise shades of politeness due to all the different modal auxiliary verbs, so a lot of Korean seems too black and white to me. In English, politeness is expressed through uncertainty/passiveness, letting the other person decide an outcome. \"Would it be okay if I...\" \"Might I...\" etc. In Korean, it's more embedded into the actual speech form (which conjugations of verbs you're using). All very fascinating!