How To: Use English idiomatic modal verbs in the passive voice

Use English idiomatic modal verbs in the passive voice

In this ESL lesson, an American English teachers shows you how to use "be going to," "be able to," "have to," and "ought to" in the passive voice. These are examples of idiomatic modal verbs in the passive voice. Watch this how to video and you will be speaking English in no time.

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