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In this unit I learned how to differentiate between the two different types of phrasal verbs, I learned what modal verbs are, and I remembered how to form the passive voice. The passive voice is especially useful in things such as news reports or when you are telling someone about something that happened but you don't want to say who did it. One activity I could do for passive voice practice is to put the students into pairs or small groups to act out getting in trouble with parents for having done something wrong. The students will be given pictures of things such as spilled trash or a dead fish and say what happened without saying who exactly is at fault (the fish wasn't fed, the trash was spilled when it was thrown toward the trash can and missed).