Modals and Passive Voice - Active vs. Passive Voice

 

The difference between the active and passive voice is one of the more advanced topics of English grammar. Therefore, it is important for every English teacher to understand this concept.


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The five main conditionals are zero, first, second, third and mixed. There are two kinds of speech reported speech and direct speech. When reporting speech, present simple to past simple. Present continuous to past continuous. Present perfect to past perfect and present perfect continuous to past perfect continuous. Past perfect and past perfect continuous remains the same.This unit closely explains the importance of modal verbs, phrasal verbs, the passive voice, and relative clauses in the English language.The unit also enables teachers to be familiar with grammar points. It covers the essential basic grammar and summarizes the usage, typical mistakes of students, and teaching ideas to help English language learners understand its functions.

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