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There are many modal auxiliary verbs. They express different ideas, such as ability, obligation, request, permission, advice etc. To express the same idea we can use different modal auxiliary verbs depending on how much we want to be formal, polite or how much certain we are about something. They are very difficult for the students. For elementary students, we can teach modal auxiliary verbs introducing one usage at the time whereas for intermediate students we can use the context for an idea.
The passive voice is used to change the focus of sentence or when the subject is unknown, unimportant or concealed. The subject and the object change their place in the sentence. The tence of the verb in the active and passive voice is the same but in the passive voice is made by the verb to be+past participle of the verb used in the active voice. A teaching idea can be memory cards matching passive and active sentences.
Relative clauses are dependent clauses. They can be definig and non-defining. The defining ones contain essential information and they are not preceed or follow by commas, whereas the non-definig clause are not essential to the meaning of the sentence.
Phrasal verbs is an other very difficult subject for the students. They are verbs followed by preposition or adverb or adverb plus a preposition. The best thing for the students is that the teacher uses them normally during the lessons. In this way phrasal verbs should become more familiar to the students.