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This unit of grammar covered a brief knowledge of modal verbs, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. The modal verbs are a group of auxiliary verbs like can, must, may, might, will, would, should. They are used with other verbs to express ability, obligation, possibility, or certainty. Modal verbs are unlike other verbs. They do not change their form (spelling) and they have no infinitive. A phrasal verb is a phrase that?s made up of a verb and another word or two, usually a preposition but sometimes an adverb. Phrasal verbs work by changing the verb?s meaning based on the preposition that follows them. For example, phrasal verb ?bring up?, the word ?bring,? on its own, means to take something. Together with the preposition ?up,? though, the phrase ?bring up? becomes a phrase of providing for and care for during childhood. The passive voice is used to show interest in the person or object that experiences an action rather than the person or object that performs the action. In other words, the most important thing or person becomes the subject of the sentence.