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This unit focused on modals, phrasal verbs, passive and active voices, and relative clauses. A modal auxiliary verb is used to add meaning before other verbs and can be used to express various levels of formality. While they often have similar meanings, words such as 'could' and 'must' change the implication and meaning of a sentence. Sentence can also be altered by the speaker using an active voice or passive voice. A passive sentence is used when it is not known, or not important who performs an action. While an active sentence implies it is important whoever performs the action. Also covered was independent, dependent and relative clauses. Independent is a whole sentence itself, dependent must connect to an independent, and relative is dependent and modifies, describes, or identifies a noun. I also learned the types of phrasal verbs: intransitive, transitive separable, and transitive insuperable. The third type, transitive inseparable, is the most difficult so a good method to help students is for teachers to casually use them in conversation.