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J.O. - Korea said:
This unit focuses mainly on phrasal verbs, modals and passive voice and represent the conclusion to the grammar excursus carried out throuought this online course. First of all the unit cover the modal-auxiliary verbs (may, might, need to, must, have to, have got to, should, ought to, can, could, be able to, would), which are verbs that express: an obligation, a probability or possibility, a permission or a prohibition, an ability and an advice; one thing that is alway necessary to keep in mind is that those verbs can also be used to express a certain degree of formality, that they don't change form according to the person and that they are always followed by the base form of the verb. The passive voice is used when the subject who does the action is not known or not important and is possible only with transitive verbs. The relative clause is introduced by a relative pronoun and can be defining and non-defining. And to conclude, the unit covers the topic of phrasal verbs, or multi word-verbs, so called because they contain a verb and one or more particles. These verbs can be intransitive, transitive separeble and intransitive seprable. One again this unit provides the teacher with a general isight on some of the most complicated grammar areas of the English language, giving also some useful teaching ideas and strategies.

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