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Apparently, this was the last grammar based unit. It includes: Modal Auxiliary Verbs; Active and Passive Voice; Relative Clauses; and Phrasal Verbs. Auxiliary verbs are used to express Obligation, Possibility / Probability, Permission / Prohibition, Ability and Advice.
Active and Passive voices are used to give different meaning nuances to sentences and to shift the focus away from the 'Performer' of a an action to favour what has been performed instead.
The relative clause is one more sentences category, along with the Dependent Clause and the Independent Clause.
Phrasal Verbs are very common, especially in spoken English. in this unit they were organised in three main types: Transitive; Intransitive Separable; Intransitive Inseparable.