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This was the most varied unit by far, covering four different areas of grammar:
Modals - Auxiliary verbs like can, could, might, should, would and must. They are used with verbs to show ability, obligation, possibility, permission or advice.
Passive voice - Putting the object of the sentence at the start. For example, Mark was shot by an errant bullet.
Relative clauses - A dependent clause that modifies a noun. They can be defining or non-defining.
Phrasal verbs - Verbs that are combined with prepositions or adverbs, such as drop by, put up with, etc. Some of the phrasal verbs can be split while others cannot.
Winston Churchill once tried to split a inseparable phrasal verb when he said: \"This is a rule up with which I will not put\".