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This unit talked about modals, passive and active voice, and transitive and intransitive first, second and third phrasals. In the model verb section, this unit gave really good examples and a nice charge highlighting the form and usage of the models. Models include can, would, could, may, might, should, must, ect. The section went on to talk about the differences between passive and active voice, where they provided a chart on how each verb form can be changed to passive voice and a corresponding paragraph explaining usage. the unit also covers dependent, independent, and relative clauses, along with a section on defining and non defining relative clauses. The most complicated part for me was the phrasal verbs section, where a struggled to differentiate the 3 different types. Overall, this unit was a nice overview of grammar I have studied in the past and the terms associated with it, terms I haven't studied closely in many years.