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This unit was about the modal auxiliary verbs; used to emphasize obligations, possibilities, permissions or prohobitions, advices and abilities and so on in a sentence. We also saw how an active voice changes into a passive voice with the addition of auxiliary verb 'be' plus past participle depending on the tense being used, where this form is mostly used when we don't want to say exactly who performs an action in the sentence. Defining and non-defining relative clauses have always been confusing for me depending on where the commas were being used, but having studied this unit now, I can say that it is clear like a day light. Phrasal verbs on the other hand, still an issue remembering them with their types and need more individual attention from my side like learning a new vocabulary.