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Unit 18, the final grammar unit, covered modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. Modal verbs, the main focus of the unit, are set verbs that add meaning to the main verb. The modals are: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got, need to, needn't and ought to. Together, they can express obligation, probability, permission, ability or advice. As the rules governing them can be complex and difficult for students to understand, it is best for the teacher to be prepared when teaching a modal (for example, covering only one use of \"can\" at a time, or limiting the class topic to something like \"Giving Advice\" or \"Asking Permission\"). Phrasal verbs are a verb that changes in meaning when combined with one or two particles (usually a preposition and/or adverb). Somewhat difficult to memorize, they are perhaps best used as additional vocabulary. Finally, the passive voices focuses on the object of an action, rather than the performer. For example, \"Someone ate all the cake,\" becomes \"The cake was eaten.\"§1484655907
4630477§82328§1134§"The unit is about Modals which are used before a verb to add meaning to the verb. The modals in the English language are used to express different ideas such as obligation, ability and advice. I learnt that all the modals have different uses and that the can still exist in all the tenses, like simple, past perfect and present continuous.