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Modals, passive voice and phrasal verbs are covered in this chapter. The modals are can, could, might, need to etc. They express ideas such as obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. The are used with differing forms of formality and don't change form according to person. When used with present and future meanings they are followed by verbs in their base form. Some modals can also have past applications for example /he may be at the surgery/ is in the present or future tense, where as, /he may have been at the surgery/ is in the past tense.
It explains the difference between passive and active voice and shows how the different tense are used in passive form. It further explains the main usage of the passive voice which is used when it is not known, not important or we don't want to say exactly who preformed the action.
It describes the three types of clauses independent clauses, dependent clauses and relative clauses. It further elaborates on defining relative clauses, and non-defining relative clauses.
It also teaches the three basic types of phrasal verbs intransitive, transitive separable and transitive inseparable.
I learnt most of the above.