Be Allowed to Do Something
We use be allowed to when we want to talk about permissions—things other people let us do.
Subject + be (in the correct form) + allowed to + base form of the verb
- They are allowed to play football here.
- People are not allowed to bring their pets inside.
This structure can be used in any English tense:
- You will never be allowed to come here.
- You were not allowed to smoke there. But you did!