Be likely to

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Be likely to

Be likely to allows us to express a probable action:
It's likely to rain tomorrow. It is probably going to rain tomorrow.
Is Bob likely to come? Is it probable that Bob will come?
In the negative form, this expression has two possible constructions:
It isn't likely to rain. It probably won't rain.
or It's unlikely to rain.

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