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This unit discussed modal auxiliary verbs and their various functions, the difference between active and passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. The modal section was interesting as a native speaker, because one does not always think of how to necessarily use them. For example, the levels of certainty for some of the modal verbs was intriguing. The unit focused mainly on passive voice, but used active to contrast it a bit. The chart with the tense changes was particularly helpful here. Relative clauses seem fairly straightforward, in that they are a clause that gives further information about a noun. Phrasal verbs were a little trickier for me and will definitely have to practice distinguishing between the different types.