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This unit was by the far the densest of the lot. Coving 4 different grammar points: modals, passive and active voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Each of these topics was presented with examples, teaching suggestions, and common student errors to be alert to. As a native speaker who did not study English grammar in school, this was a very useful unit for my EFL teaching, providing rules that I can explain to students about how these grammar points function. The variety of meanings that can be produced by changing modal verbs was, while something I have known all my life as an English speaker, something that I hadn't previously considered from the point of view of an English learner. I would have liked a bit more about relative clauses, particularly with regard to how they work in conjunction with coordinating conjunctions, as my students often seem to struggle with that.