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English language has modal verbs (should, can, may, might, can, could, etc.) that show different ideas: obligation, advice, ability, possibility/probability, prohibition/permission and different degrees of formality. When a speaker do not want to focus accent on an agent but on another object of the sentence, he/she uses Passive Voice. Form: auxiliary verb "be" + past participle Usage: it may be used when it is not known or it is not important who performs an action. It also may be used with a by phrase when the speaker/writer wants to accent attention on an agent. There are three relative clause in English language: Independent Clause Dependent Clause Relative Clause (defining and non-defining) In addition, English language has 3 type of phrasal verbs: 1. Intransitive 2. Transitive separable 3. Transitive inseparable