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In this unit, I learned about how to teach more complex grammar concepts like modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. Modal auxiliary verbs, such as can, could, may, might shall, and others, can express ideas like obligation, possibility, permission, ability and advice. They can also be used to express formality. It is important for teachers to understand how the different modal verbs are used and change based on their present/future forms and their past forms. In teaching modal auxiliary verbs, role-plays, like a doctor patient role-play, making rules and regulations, and creating signs can all be effective ways to teach the concept. The passive voice is used to change the focus of a sentence from the agent onto the object of the verb. Teachers should understand how each active voice tense changes to its corresponding passive voice tense. Passive voice is usually used when we don't know who did an action or it is not important. Students often overuse the word by, leave out the verb to be or put it in the wrong tense, if they make mistakes using the passive voice. In teaching passive voice, you can have students write out a general knowledge quiz using passive examples. Clauses are a group of words that contain a subject and a verb. An independent clause is a complete sentence whereas a dependent clause is not and must be connected to an independent clause. A relative clause is a dependent clause that modifies a noun, and is also called an adjective clause. Relative clauses can be defining, meaning they are essential to the meaning of a sentence, or non-defining, meaning that the information is not essential to the meaning of the sentence. Commas are used to separate non-defining relative clauses from the main independent clause. Phrasal verbs are multi-word verbs that consist of a verb plus one or two particles, and they operate as one item. They can be broken down into three types. An intransitive phrasal verb is not followed by a direct object. Transitive separable phrasal verbs are phrasal verbs that can be separated, i.e. turn the car on, turn on the car. Transitive inseparable verbs cannot be separated and the object phrase or pronoun come after the particle. Phrasal verbs can be difficult for students so they can sometimes be better taught as vocabulary items rather than grammar.
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