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Modals are a type of verb used before other verbs to add meaning to the primary verb. Modals express concepts such as obligation, possibility/uncertainty, permission, ability and advice. They are used when one wants to be more formal or polite. It is typically considered more polite to ask someone "May I leave now?" as opposed to "Can I leave now?" Modals must be followed by a base form verb. When using a passive voice, the noun that is usually the object of the sentence becomes the subject. Instead on the subject being a performer of an action, they become the recipient. This results in the performer appearing less important as we are more concerned about the action itself. We can only use transitive verbs in the passive, intransitive verbs do not work passively. A relative clause is used when we need to be clear about the noun we are talking about using who, which, that, or whose. You do not pair unimportant information with a relative clause. When the information is unimportant, we use a non-defining relative clause (meaning we exclude "that"). When using a phrasal verb, we pair it with a preposition or adverb. This can be confusing as the meaning is not always obvious. When pairing a verb with an adverb, they must not be separated.