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This unit covers modal verbs, passive voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs, which are all rather advanced grammar points especially for ESL students. Modal verbs are verbs used to express permission, obligation, ability, etc. Examples are verbs like: can, would, could, may, etc. Passive voice is when you make the object of an action into the subject of a sentence. Meaning whatever or whomever is performing the action is not the subject of the sentence. A relative clause gives further information about a noun and is a dependent clause that modifies the noun. The two types of relative clauses are defining and non-defining. As the names suggest, defining is essential to the meaning of the sentence, while a non-defining relative clauses could be left out and the meaning would be the same. Phrasal verbs are a group of words that act as one verb, usually made up of a verb and a particle or preposition. Examples of phrasal verbs are: break down, turn off, speed up, etc.