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In this lesson, I learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs have some basic rules. They can be used to define obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, ability, and advice. Some of these auxiliary verbs can make a sentence seem much more formal and polite, and vice versa. The passive voice involves redirecting the objects of active verbs into objects of passive verbs. It can be used in situations where one does not want to reveal the person or thing that carried out the action in question. Relative clauses have three sub-clauses. These are the independent clause, the dependent clause, and the relative clause. Phrasal verbs are things like â€œTurn upâ€, â€œTook onâ€, â€œDrop offâ€ etc. These are considered multi-word verbs and are used in everyday conversation.