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LIKELY TO

It is used to say that when there is a chance of an action to happen or to be done in future, Or It shows the fewer chances of any work, which we predict for future.

Likely to + Verb

1st

It talks about Chances.

Formula: Subject + Helping verb + Likely to + Verb 1st + Object
  • It is likely to rain today.
  • Pakistan likely to win the match.
  • They are likely to give a presentation.
Formula: Subject + Helping Verb(is / am / are) + Likely to + Verb 1st(form) + Object

More Examples

Here are some more examples of structure Likely to.

Examples

  • I am likely to go outside.
  • She is likely to gift you smartphone.
  • Ali is likely to come today at our home.
  • Alina is likely to cook pizza for us.
  • We are likely to go for a picnic today.
  • They are likely to celebrate the party.

  • Alina is not likely to cook pizza for us.
  • We aren't likely to go for a picnic today.

  • Is Alina likely to cook pizza for us?
  • Are we likely to go for a picnic today?

  • Is Alina not likely to cook pizza for us?
  • Aren't we likely to go for a picnic today?

For Past

It's a past tense of Likely to.

Was/Were Likely to

It talks about past Chances.

Formula: Subject + Helping verb + Likely to + Verb 1st + Object
  • I was likely to go outside
  • Pakistan was likely to win the match.
  • They were likely to purchase a car.

More Examples

Here are some more examples of structure Was/Were Likely to.

Examples

  • She was likely to come with us.
  • Ali was likely to break the fight with him.
  • Alina was likely to take leave.
  • They were likely to bunk.
  • We were likely to escape from there.