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In this unit I learned how to use modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs help add meaning to the main verb in the sentence and can convey obligation, possibility, permission, ability or advice. Different auxiliary verbs are more formal than others, even though they might have the same meaning. Passive voice is used when the agent performing the action in the sentence is unknown, unimportant, or someone who we do not wish to mention. Only transitive verbs can be used in passive voice sentences. Relative clauses are dependent clauses that modify a noun. They can be defining, meaning they are essential to the meaning of the sentence, or non-defining. Often the difference between these two types is the presence, or placement of commas.