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In this unit, there are 4 parts which are consisted of Modal, Passive voice, Phrasal Verb and the last, Relative Clause. Frankly said that all of them are quite confusing to the learners. For Modals, which including can, may, might, would, able to, have to, must, shall or should, need and ought to. Each of them has their respective uses but some of their each use is overlapped or cross over each other. Learner must put a lot of effort to figure out clearly over their each use, otherwise they may found each use is possibly similar and without different. For Passive Voice, learner must know how to distinguish a structure of sentence between active and passive. The application will be much easier upon discerning the both form and usage. For Phrasal Verbs, this is most difficult part of this unit. As its definition was stated that Phrasal Verbs was called as Multi-Word Verbs too, which consisted of a verb plus one or two particles and a particles may be a preposition or an adverb, or an adverb plus a preposition. They operates as one item. It truly sound complicated after reading its definition, learners are requested to keep on with their learning then able to use to apply this kind of verb form. For Relative Clause, when it is being used, it is often come along with a relative pronoun such as who, whose, which, than or whom. It is the most easiest part in this unit. As long as the learners are able to understand the pronouns respectively for each relative clause sentence, they will know build the sentences accordingly.