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Unit 18 focused on modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice, with the inclusion of active voice. Perhaps the two parts I learned the most from were the phrasal verbs and the difference between defining clauses. It has been a while since I've looked at clauses so it was refreshing to have it broken down in a more simplistic way than when I first learned it. The relative clauses broken down into smaller groups, defining relative clauses, and non-defining relative clauses, with the difference between them being what is made clear and what is not helped to make things clearer for me. Now with phrasal verbs, I don't remember learning about the three basic types, Intransitive, Transitive separable, and Transitive inseparable, made it a lot clearer and afterwards I was able to grasp the meaning better. I think coming away from this lesson, I'll definitely need to brush up on my grammar as to provide the best for myself and others.