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This unit has introduced the modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The are a lot of modals which include can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn?t and ought to. Each of the modals is placed before the main verb to express the meaning of it such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice.
Active voice and passive voice are the two voices that used in the study of English. The passive voice is combined by an auxiliary verb ?be? and followed by a past participle. We usually use passive voice when we are trying to indicate an action that is performed by a person who is not known, not important and we do not want to mention.
Moreover, the relative clause and the phrasal verbs that are being introduced in this unit can be separated to three categories accordingly which are the independent clause, dependent clause and the relative clause while the phrasal verbs can be categorized to type 1 ? intransitive, type 2 ? transitive separable and type 3 ? transitive inseparable.