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This unit covers modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. I have struggled to explain some of these things to college level students in the past, much less younger students that aren't necessarily using English in their everyday lives. I agree that phrasal verbs might be best taught as \"vocabulary\" or taught situationally. (The driving example was a good one.) Also using phrasal verbs in questions would be helpful. (What do you have to put up with? Do you want me to pick up anything from the store?) Phrasal verbs tend to be more conversational so controlled speaking practice is a good way to go. Passive voice, on the other hand, is perhaps more often used in writing. Maybe that's just my experience. Modals are more complicated, but framing them in the context of choices/possibility/etc. makes them more understandable I think. These are probably best to teach one at a time as well, maybe starting with have to and can.