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In this unit we learned that a modal verb is a type of auxiliary or helping verb that is expresses: ability, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, advice, ability or obligation. Modals auxiliary verbs are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. The modal are: can/could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, needn’t to, need to and ought to. The usage of auxiliary verb was well explained as well as some teaching ideas and approaches. Next part in unit talked about active and passive speech. How through some simple changes to the sentence structure we can make the object of an active verb and make it the subject from a sentence and therefore add more value. The usage of the active and passive speech was explained very well, the changing of the tense. This part of grammar is not the easiest so we looked at some teaching approaches and ideas and also at some common mistakes and errors. We looked at the independent, dependent and relative clauses as well as defining relative clause and non-defining relative clause. Finally we looked at the definition and usage of phrasal verbs; the intransitive, the transitive and transitive inseparable types.