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In this section, modal auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs were covered. Modals are words that are placed in front of verbs to add meaning to the main verb. Many modals express degrees of certainty, formality, and obligation, amongst a variety of other functions. The passive voice takes the object of an active verb and makes it the subject of the passive verb, putting more focus on the subject rather than the agent. It is also used if the speaker doesn't know or wants to withhold certain information. Relative clauses modify a noun, giving the noun more information. There are defining and non defining relative clauses, and they are differentiated by the necessity of the information and presence of commas. Phrasal verbs are multi-word verbs that consist of a verb plus one or two particles, and they are categorized by whether the verb is transitive or intransitive, as well as whether the object can be separated.