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In this unit, I learnt about modal auxiliary verbs and phrasal verbs. Modal auxiliary verbs include may, might, need to, must, have to, got to, should, would and could. In order to use modal auxiliary verbs, we look for obligation, possibility, prohibition, ability and advice. In terms of phrasal verbs, there's type 1 (intransitive), type 2 (transitive separable) and type 3 (transitive inseparable).after reading through unit 17 to focus on the different types of equipment and teaching aids available to all teachers today. this unit was very informative in relation to the different types of equipment and especially when and how to use them. what was great to learn was the main disadvantages of them as it gives me a heads up and something for me to be aware of when presenting my own lesson plans