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Following along from previous units, this chapter focused on grammar and more specifically on verbs in the passive voice. This unit taught me about Model Auxiliary Verbs and the way main verbs can be used in conjunction to express shades of time and mood. I liked the way this unit introduced me to the phrasal verbs and the three basic types. I automatically understood the usages but it was very helpful the way this unit categorized it and brought in examples to show the differences between the three types. The difficulty about this unit is around the subtle differences between the past and present principles regarding verbs. For example, the difference between \"might\" and \"could\" are so subtle and mean the same thing, but \"might\" just pushes a greater level of uncertainty which carries more weight in the sentence. This unit will definitely need to be reread more so I can make a more informed decision with my lesson planning regarding this.