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This unit's focus was on Modal Auxiliary Verbs, the Passive Voice and it's uses, Phrasal Verbs and Relative Clauses. I developed a bit of a rhyme to help myself remember the modals, as they are not something I ever learned extensively in school. I have a more intimate relationship with the passive voice, as it is something my English professor in college called me out on using too much in most of my papers. Relative clauses and phrasal verbs are fairly new territory for me and I will need to work on my understanding of them so that I can be more comfortable explaining the concepts to my students. Relative clauses are dependent clauses that modify the noun in the original independent clause. The different types of phrasal verbs are trickier to define properly within a sentence, but the phrasal verbs themselves are not difficult to pick out.