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Modal auxiliary verbs (modals) are used to communicate obligations, ability, necessity, advice, offer, promise, etc. There are nine true modals: will, would, may, might, must, can, could, shall and should. There are also semi-modals: have to, need to, needn't, and ought. Modals are followed by a verb in its base form and don't change according to a person (I can swim. He can swim.). Passive voice is used when the agent or doer is unknown or unimportant, when we want to hide him or when we want to change the focus. For example active voice: "The judge will accuse him" can be changed to passive voice: "He will be accused (by the judge)". It is formed by the verb "to be" in the appropriate tense (active voice) plus past participle. Relative clauses are dependent clauses that describe or identify a noun. The defining relative clause gives an essential information and is written with commas (The bicycle I bought yesterday has been stolen. - I stated which one has been stolen, because I have more than one bicycle). Non-defining relative clause is not an essential part of the sentence, and is written with commas (My mother, who makes the best cookies in the world, is baking a cake for my birthday. - I just gave more information about my mother). Phrasal verbs contain a verb and one or two particles, for example: put up, slow down, turn off, keep up with, etc. There are three types: intransitive, transitive separable (the object pronoun is always between the verb and the particle, but the object noun can stand between and after the particle), and transitive inseparable (the object pronoun/noun always stands after the particle).
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