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This unit discusses some very important grammar points including phrasal verbs, the difference between direct and passive voice, modal auxiliary verbs, and reported/indirect speech. Phrasal verbs can be difficult to learn - they convey a meaning by combining a verb and one or two particles, and don't necessarily make literal sense (for example \"blow up\"). The unit mentions that the teacher should try to use these often during classroom discussions and that they might be most easily taught as vocabulary items in order to facilitate memorization. Passive voice refers to sentences in which the agent is not of primary importance or may not be mentioned at all. Modal auxiliary verbs refer to verbs that come before the main verb, adding meaning to it. These include \"can,\" \"could,\" \"must,\" \"ought,\" \"needn't,\" and others. These are all important grammar topics. The unit gives some pointers to help teach lessons on each topic and also mentions some common mistakes, for example, students may struggle with using \"to be\" in passive voice, and they may overuse \"by.\" Overall the unit is a good overview of the basics of these areas of grammar.