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This unit looks at some more aspects of the English Grammar. Specifically the following subjects; Modal Auxiliary verbs, the Passive Voice, Relative Clauses (defining and non defining) and Phrasal verbs (intransitive, transitive separable and transitive inseparable). Each aspect is examined and the various forms and usages are given.
This could be a challenging subject for students to master and also for teachers to teach because there a many different usages, forms and rules. For example for modal verbs, to express a polite request, 'may', 'might', or 'could' can be used, to express obligation, 'must', 'have to' or 'should' could be used. These could be confusing to the students as there are many different possibilities.
I think for these aspects of grammar, a very effective method for students to learn will be to make them do a lot of practice. Trying to master all the usage forms and rules could get them very confused; but with lots of practice, they'll master them easily.