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While a short unit, the concepts taught are definitely more difficult. I remember being taught in high school to rarely use passive voice when writing. There are definitely times to use it, but too much passive voice makes for dull reading. Teaching phrasal verbs to speakers of a foreign language seems like it will be tricky. Because a lot of phrasal verbs are slang and do not directly translate, they could cause non-native speakers issues.I found this unit 1 introduction a bit too basic. I liked learning the new terminologies, but I don't think a unit should focus on the course outline of this course. In other words, if I were to write a course for my students, my first test would not include details of the course outline. I think more time should have been used to give more details of the terminologies. To me, that would have been a better angle to approach this first unit.