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In this unit, I have learned about modals, passive voice, relative clause and phrasal verbs. Modals are words that add meaning to the main verb and is put before other verbs. Modals are used to express different ideas such as obligation and possibilities. The examples of modals are can, could, would etc. and each of them have different uses such as 'may'. 'May' is used for polite request, formal permission and degree of certainty (around 50%). Next is passive voice, while active voice is focused on the object, passive voice focuses on the subject. For example: 'She cleaned the classroom yesterday' (which is an active voice) converted to passive voice, it would be 'The classroom was cleaned by her yesterday' Using passive voice will make the subject (which is the classroom) more important and in cases, the object may be taken out from the sentence such as 'The classroom was cleaned yesterday'. Next is relative clause. Relative clause is used to describe a noun or to give further information about a noun. An example of a relative clause would be 'Alice, who lives next door, is going to graduate from high school this Friday'. 'who lives next door' will be the relative clause which describes the noun which is 'Alice'. Lastly is phrasal verbs, phrasal verbs consists of a verb + one or two particles which changes it to one item.