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This unit has taught me about modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs, passive voice, and relative clauses. Modal auxiliary verbs add meaning to a verb by expressing obligation, probability, possibility, permission, prohibition, ability or advice. Different modals are used to express different depths of certainty: in the order from most uncertain to completely certain, "could not", "cannot", "might", "may", "could", "should" or "ought to", "must", "have to", "have got to". Different modals also express different degrees of politeness, ranging from the most informal "can" to a more formal "could", "would" or "may". There are 3 types of phrasal verbs, from the intransitive phrasal verb for which no object comes after, to transitive separable phrasal verb for which the object pronoun must come between the verb and the article, and transitive inseparable phrasal verb for which the object pronoun or noun must come after the verb and article. Passive voice uses the past participle of verbs. Non-defining relative clauses add information to the independent clause and are placed between commas. They do not affect the independent clause when removed, whereas defining relative clauses are placed in the sentence without commas and alter the meaning of the independent clause when omitted.