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This unit focuses on Modal Auxiliary and Phrasal verbs and the use of passive voice. The unit starts by focusing on the modals: Can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. It breaks down into their uses, present/future examples and the past examples for each of the modal auxiliary verbs. The unit then goes into active and passive voice and understanding how they are used with each tense. Then it goes into clauses of Independent, Dependent and Relative clauses. Finally it touches on Phrasal verbs. Going through this lesson was tough and seems like a challenge to teach in class. In school we covered Passive voice and modal auxiliary verbs, but not in much detail. It is surprising how much is covered that I use in my writing, but never separated or named.