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This unit is about modals, relative clauses, phrasal verbs and the passive voice. The conjugation of modal verbs is not difficult because whenever you use them, the verb is in its base form. The difficulty with this grammar point is the right use of the modals. Indeed, the understanding of the different meanings of the modal verbs is necessary. The most important meanings are obligation, possibility, probability, permission/prohibition, ability, and advice. Sometimes, different modals can express the same meaning; such as could, may, might and could that can express a polite request. The second difficulty dealt with in this unit is the phrasal verbs. I think that phrasal verbs are specific to English language. The assimilation of their different uses can be possible only by practice since there is no specific rule. The same verb can have completely different meanings according the preposition it is associated with. For example, ?break away? (to leave), ?break down? (to stop working?, ?break in? (to enter a house by force) and ?break out? (to begin suddenly) have all different meanings. So only practice can help students to learn all the possible uses and meanings of phrasal verbs. I think that a teacher should try to set up a list of phrasal verbs that every week students should learn.