Modals of Ability 2 - Can, Could, Be able to, May, Might

Use the best modal to complete each sentence; use a negative form when necessary.

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1. I borrow your pencil? Thanks!
2. James and Sara were so sad because they go to their brother's wedding. They were too sick.
3. The students understand the instructions for the test yesterday, so many of them failed.
4. A: We have a big problem. What we do? B: I don't know. Maybe we ask our boss for help.
5. When Tina was a child, she speak three languages: French, Arabic and English. She rarely practiced French, so she speak it anymore.
6. I'm sorry. I hear you. Please speak more loudly.
7. My little brother play piano and guitar.
8. Excuse me. I ask you a question?
9. A:What are you going to do on the weekend? B: I'm not sure yet. We go to a movie or we stay home and relax.
10. I go to school tomorrow because I'm feeling sick right now. I'm not sure.