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In this unit I learned a lot about Modal Auxiliary Verbs, Passive Voice, Relative Clauses and Phrasal Verbs.
The Modal Auxiliary Verbs are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb (can, could, will, would, shall, should, may, might, must, have to,...etc.). They can express obligation, advice, permission, possibility and ability, as well as a degree of formality like 'May I' or 'Could I'.
Reviewing the Passive Clauses was really interesting as I wasn't too familiar with it and feel much better about teaching to my students now that i understand the three categories: Independent , Dependent clause and Relative clause. It was also very interesting and important to review the Phrasal Verbs and get a better understanding of the three basic types: Intransitive, Transitive Separable and Transitive Inseparable.