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To sum up, this unit has given the essential basic grammar that is commonly taught in EFL such as Modal Auxiliary Verbs, Phrasal verbs, passive voice, and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs are the verbs that are used to talk about ability, permission, obligation and necessity, obligation and advice, possibility, request, suggestion, and certainty. Modal auxiliary verbs can form question and negative sentence by themselves. There are many modal verbs as following. -Ability: Can, could, be able to. -Permission: we used can, could, may, would and might to ask to a permission. -Obligation and necessity: we used have to, have got to and must. -Obligation and advice: should, ought to. -Possibility: we used may, might and could to talk about present or future possibility. -Suggestion: could and can to ask for and make a suggestion. -Certainty: must (95%), should/ ought to (90%), could/may (less than 50%) and might (much less than 50%). Roleplay is the greatest teaching idea that this unit offers to a future teacher. Phrasal verbs divided into three types as follows: Type 1 - Intransitive: verb cannot be followed by a direct object. ( no object in a sentence) Type 2 -Transitive: Verb will following object and the object follows the particle. ( intransitive verb+ object + particle). Type 3-Transitive inseparable: the Object phrase or object pronoun will come after the particle. (verb+ particle + object). Passive voice is used the different form but in the same meaning of the active voice sentence and the meaning focuses on a subject and sometimes no need to express the agent. The passive voice sentence is frequently used by and the verb will be changed to past tense. A relative clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb. There are five pronouns relative as well as a conjunction in a sentence: who, whom, which, that, whose etc. There are divided two clauses as following. -Defining relative clause: It makes clear which person or thing we are talking about. And the sentence is no commas. It is essential to the meaning of the sentence. -A non-defining relative clause: commas is critical in this clause. A comma is put before the relative pronoun and at the end of the clause. It is not essential to the meaning of the sentence. (this clause is not allowed use THAT in a sentence).
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