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I have learnt a lot from this unit. Modal verbs are used before the main verb, and alter its meaning. They can be used to express a number of different ideas - ability, possibility, obligation, permission, etc. Although there are a number of them, using them correctly is important to the meaning of what is said. Using them incorrectly can cause confusion.
Students can be intimidated by phrasal verbs. Firstly, there are a lot of them. Secondly, students have to learn a phrase (two or three words) instead of just one, and remembering which preposition comes after the verb can be difficult.
Relative clauses often, but not always, require a relative pronoun. When writing, correct punctuation has to be used to avoid confusion.
The passive is used when the agent performing the action is less important than what is done - or perhaps is not known or relevant. The structure requires that the student knows the past participle of verbs.