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This unit defined parts of speech I never knew how to classify, with modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, relative clauses, and the passive voice. I have heard the terms \"active\" and \"passive\" voice before, however, I was not aware of what it really was, nor did I realize that the use of the passive voice was for keeping the identity of the \"doer\" secret, or if it's not important or known. The other big takeaway for me was the mistakes that students typically make with the passive voice, which I use \"be/by\" to remember. They use \"to be\" in the wrong tense, leave it out completely, or overuse \"by.\"§1483404353
4566389§78336§1134§"Unit 18 covered the use of modal verb, passive and active voices (tenses) and transitive and intransitive verbs. I found the modal verbs to be more easy to understand based on constantly hearing them in context in daily speech, but learning the correct grammar and structure of these verbs was helpful for a more concrete understanding. I did not understand the content on transitive and intransitive verbs as there was not enough to work with in this section, so I had to go online to research more. In the future it would be helpful to have a list of example for transitive and intransitive verbs, along with more specific examples of each.