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This unit analyzed modal auxiliary verbs and the passive voice, as well as provided an overview of phrasal verbs and relative causes. Modals â€“ such as can, might, shall, would, may â€“ are used to express different ideas as they relate to ability, advice, deduction, obligation, offer, permission, possibility, prediction, prohibition, promise, and request. This lesson also broke down the modal auxiliary verbs with the types of uses for each that is most fitting. In addition, the differences between passive and active voice showcased difference focuses of the subject. In addition, since modal auxiliary verbs donâ€™t have a tense the passive form are created with the use of the â€œbeâ€ auxiliary verb. Finally, this lesson went over relative clauses â€“ which is introduced by a pronoun and followed by essential (no commas) or not essential (separated by commas) information â€“ and phrasal verbs, which are multi-word verb with one or two particles.