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Modal verbs. Basic rules: • Obligation – must • Possibility / probability – might • Permission / prohibition – may • Ability – can • Advice – should Passive Voice Auxiliary verb “to be” + past participle Usage: when it is not known, not important or we don’t want to say who performs the action Relative clauses Categories of clauses: • Independent clause – complete sentence • Dependent clause – not a complete sentence, must be connected to an independent clause •Relative clause – dependent clause that modifies a noun: describes, identifies, or gives further information about the noun. Pronouns are uses: who, which, that, whose My girlfriend who lives at number 35 has beeb arrested Phrasal verbs • Type 1. Intransitive – cannot be followed by direct object He didn’t turn up • Type 2. Transitive separable – an object pronoun can only come between verb and participle She took Anna on. • Type 3. Transitive inseparable – object phrase, object pronoun, phrasal verb come after the participle She got over the operation.