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This unit covers the use of modal auxiliary verbs, phrasal verbs and the use of the passive voice. There are 14 modal auxiliary verbs and these are, can, could, may, might, shall. should, will, would, must, have to, have got to, need to, needn't and ought to. They are used to express the following, obligation, possibility/probability, permission/prohibition, ability and advice. They can also be used to show different degrees of formality such as \"Can I borrow that football\" as compared to \"May I borrow that football\". One important thing about these is that they don't change form regardless of the pronoun used, for example, I can jump, he can jump, they can jump as compared to I jump, he jumps. This unit also covers the passive voice in it's two forms, the active and the passive, for both forms the tense of the verb always remains the same whether that be past, present or future. As in all past grammar units, there are rules which govern the form of these tenses. An example of this is the past perfect which in it's passive form is always, \"had been plus past participle\