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This unit covered grammar points of modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. I learnt the common uses of auxiliary verbs and how to use them in present/future and past tenses. I learnt that in the passive verb, the object of an active verb becomes the subject and a passive voice is used when the performer of an action is not important or not known. Relative clauses can be categorized into three groups: independent clause, dependent clause and the relative clause (defining and non-defining relative clause). Phrasal verbs can also be classes into three types, Transitive, Intransitive separable and Intransitive inseparable. For the student it can be confusing to become familiar with these grammar points and more practice and repetition should come from the teacher.