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This unit is about modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. The first is grammar which include Modal Auxiliary verbs. Modal Auxiliary verbs include more parts, like basic rules when to use it and what is auxiliary verbs. Include the table of words, uses, present/future and past. First is may - polite request, formal permission, less than 50% certainly. Might - much less than 50% certainly and polite requests (rare). Need to - need or necessarity, lack of need or necessity, optional need or necessity. Must - obligation, prohibition, 95% certainly of assumption. Have to - neccesity of obligation, lack of necessity or obligation. Have got to - strong necessity. Should/ought to - advisability or moral obligation, 90% certainty. Should - unexpected past result. Can - ability/possibility, informal permission, informal polite request, assumed impossibility. Could - past ability, polite request, suggestion, less than 50% certainty. Be able to - ability. Would - polite request, preference, repeated past action. Teaching ideas of this modal auxiliary verbs - rolepaly, rules, signs. Passive voice form, usage, typical students errors/mistakes, teaching ideas. Relative clauses, phrasal verbs - type 1, type 2, type 3.