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This unit, unit 18, was entirely devoted to grammar, to the modal, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The biggest part of this unit was referred to modal and auxiliary verbs with the explanation of basic rules, and then there was a table with the variety possibilities of its use. After the main table there was information about the voices in English (active and passive), which are used in English, with detailed analysis of the passive voice, the ideas of using it and the grammar in General.This unit was like a refresher of all the things previously known at a young age but disregarded as you loose the need to know it speaking English as a first language. I feel it is important for a teacher to understand these basic grammar rules and continuously work on it by themselves to fully understand all the rules and tenses which will then enable me to explain it better to students rather than getting caught off guard by a difficult question and deemed incapable of teaching grammar.