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Unit 18 continues the grammar train with modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modals are straightforward and simple enough for most everyone to grasp; they all fall into one of five categories: Obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, ability, and advice. Each modal verb can fall into either one or several of these categories making them difficult for children learners to grasp. Passive voice and active voice may also pose a problem for many younger learners as well, but with the right teacher, anything is possible. Trying to make sense of the phrasal verbs is by far the most difficult part of this unit simply because the student must already be very well versed in English grammar. In order to make heads or tails of which type of phrasal verb the sentence is, one must be a grammar surgeon as the differences are very slight.