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This unit covers three crucial language points: modals, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs.
1-Modal auxiliary verbs are used to express obligation, possibility, permission, ability or advice. The most frequent ones are may, might, must, should, can, could and would.
2-Passive voice is the language tool that we have when we need to focus on the object of the sentence because the action performer is unknown or not important .
3-Relative clauses are dependent clauses that modify a noun (either defining it or not).
4-Phrasal verbs are multi-word verbs made up of a verb plus a preposition or adverb.
I think that the best part of the unit is the first one, because it deals with modals in an excellent way. Years ago when I studied this part of grammar I almost got lost in so many rules and meanings that I ended up messing up some basic language functions (permission, ability, advice, etc). This unit clarifies it all by showing a table where modal auxiliary verbs are properly explained.