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Unit 18 Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice Overview of modals Modal verbs, semi-modal verbs (also called marginal modals) and other modal expressions are listed in alphabetical order in the table below. Form Meaning/Function Present/Future Past be able to general ability I am not able to help you at the moment. I will probably be able to get there by nine. I was able to swim when I was 5. \"manage to\" Although the current was strong, I was able to swim to the other bank. be allowed to general permission Are we allowed to smoke in this restaurant? Will journalists be allowed to ask questions? permission + action performed Although I was underage, I was allowed to enter the race. be bound to probability, certainty Kevin is stuck in a traffic jam, so he is bound to be late. be due to arrangements The film is due to start at 8 pm. Negotiations were due to take place later that week. be going to prediction My sister is going to have a baby. The sky was dark; it was going to rain. intention Do you think Sam's going to apply for the job? I was going to call you, but my battery died. be likely to probability Smokers are more likely to develop lung cancer compared to non-smokers. He knew that he was likely to be promoted. be likely that probability It is likely that he will win the race. It was likely that Mrs Hancock would become president. be to arrangements + actio