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B.F. - Korea said:
Modal auxiliary verbs such as, could, can, will, etc., are very important to the english language. they are used for asking questions, giving advice and relaying obligations. This is why learning past present and future tenses regarding modal auxiliary verbs are necessary. If a sentence is said in the wrong tense the advice/question/obligation can become confusing. On to passive voice, the main focus for passive voice is to get across the situation or the action and not so much on the subject or person involved. Lastly relative clauses and phrasal verbs. The purpose of relative clauses is to give information in a sentence that can be relevant.The purpose of phrasal verbs is to give more meaning and understanding to a situation. As I read through this unit I became overwhelmed once again my the stunning amount of grammatical rules in the English language. With so much confusing and inconsistent rules native speakers have such a difficult time learning it. Especially when language is always changing even from town to town let alone country to country. This lesson has been a good review for me and I look forward to gaining experience by teaching it.