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J.S. – U.S.A. said:
Unit 18 introduces us to modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. the modals are particularly important to understand because they have varying degrees of meaning, formality and expression of certainty. I would have liked to have seen some more teaching ideas for these since I believe they could have the potential to be confusing. I have quite a bit of experience understanding passive voice since I've done technical writing and news reporting so I appreciated that bit. Defining and non-defining relative clauses ring a bell from junior high school while using our \"red rules\" grammar book. I recall that the meaning will come through all the same, even if you remove the defining information within the commas. The phrasal verbs, Intransitive, Transitive Separable, and Transitive inseparable were challenging. I researched them before attempting the test and may still need to revisit them. The phrasal verbs, I believe, are very important to understand and teach as they are common talk in our language. Should we teach these in an engaging lesson, I believe it would create a great deal of confidence in students.