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Modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice can be confusing to learn for students. Modals are used before and add meaning to other verbs. They sound similar but have different meanings. For example- I should walk today and I could walk today sound similar but the first implies obligation while the latter implies ability. Passive voice is also tricky as it is saying the same thing as the active voice just slightly differently. I would teach students that to determine if it is passive, they should check for two things: 1. If the subject or \"who\" is not known, not important, or do we don't want to say? 2. Is the verb used transitive? If yes, then it is passive. The three types of phrasal verbs seem the most difficult to me. while there are simple rules to discern the three, identifying them takes a great understanding of the rules.