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In this unit, I learned about modals, the difference between active and passive voice, the phrasal verbs, and their uses. For instance, the modals are often used to express obligation, possibility or probability, permission or prohibition, ability or advice, depending on which modal verb is used. To say that something might happen implies uncertainty in the outcome, whereas to say that something must happen implies a very high degree of confidence in this possibility. Modals can also be used to express varying levels of politeness. I also learned that the passive voice is used when we don't know, don't care, or don't want to say exactly who is doing the action by omitting the agent. Conversely, it can also be used to place emphasis on the doer of the action. Finally, I learned the use of relative clauses and phrasal verbs.