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This unit went over modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. modal auxiliary verbs can be used to add formality or expression to a sentence. For example 'could you pass the salt' is much more polite than 'pass the salt.' Furthermore, there are varying degrees of the level of formality and different uses such as showing obligation or ability. Phrasal verbs are verbal phrases that can be transitive, intransitive, separable, and inseparable. They are fairly straightforward in terms of what they are but the ability to use them fluently less simple. Therefore it is better to teach them to students as vocabulary rather than introducing all of the rules. Lastly, passive voice is a way in which the speaker can place emphasis on the object of an action by making it the subject. This is useful when the performer of the action is unknown, not as important, or unmentioned.