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In this unit, I have learned about modals,passive voice and relative clauses. Modals are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. It can be used to express number of different thought,such as; obligation,probability,permission,ability,advice.Examples of modals are can,could,may,might,shall,should,will,would,must,have to, have got to,need to,needn't, and ought to. It is also shown here the uses of each modals and used in the sentence for present,future and past tense. Teaching techniques is also shared in this unit. With the passive voice, it is a voice used in English the other one is active voice. In passive voice, the object of an active verb becomes the subject of the passive verb. A sample sentence is, The wallpaper was chosen by my wife. Forms for each tenses in passive voice shown as well the usage of it in this unit. Clause is a group of words containing a subject and a verb. There are three categories of clauses; independent,dependent and relative clause. To distinguish relative clause from the other types, we need to remember that it is introduced by a relative pronoun/who,which,that,whose,whom,etc.