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In this lesson I have learnt the passive voice, phrasal verbs, and relative clauses. They are naturally used by native speakers, but actually it's very confusing for our students. The relative clause is used when the agent in a sentence is not important or not be wanted to mention. The difficult part for passive voice is the tense changing from active to passive. Students are easily confused with it. For relative clause, lots of students that I've taught can't recognize the relative clause successfully, thus they can't tell the meaning of the whole sentence. Also they attend to get confused with the tense of relative clause when they are writing it by themselves. The phrasal verbs are the most difficult grammar point for most of our students. Especially about transitive and intransitive phrases. Students usually mix them up when they use them. It's hard to explain each phrasal verbs, so we have to teach students through real life experience and practice.