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Basic rules of modal auxiliary verbs include usages to express obligation, possibility, permission/prohibition, ability and advice. The use of modal verbs can change the formality and meaning of verbs and the sentence. Teaching modal auxiliary verbs can be done with activities like role play, learning rules, and using signs. The active and passive voice are the two different voices use din English. Active voice has greater focus on the agent who carried out the activity. The passive voice focuses less on the agent, and is mainly used when we either don't know who performs the action, or when it's not important, or we don't want to say who did the action. Relative clauses are usually identified in sentences with words such as who, which, that, whose, whom. Phrasal verbs are more easily understood as 'multi word verbs' which contain a verb plus one or two particles.