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In Unit 18, we learned about Modals, Phrasal Verbs and the Passive Voice. Modals are used before other verbs to add meaning, and they include: could, may, might, shall, etc. Modals express obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, ability and advice. In this lesson, I found the Phrasal Verbs (Intransitive, Transitive separable and Transitive Inseparable) the hardest to grasp -- I definitely need to practice them on my own time! As I understand Transitive Inseparable verbs, you cannot change the placement of the words in the phrase without changing the meaning of the phrase. Therefore, \"I filled up my gas tank this morning\" is NOT an example of an inseparable phrasal verb in Question 20 because you can change it to \"I filled my gas tank up this morning\".