Complete the sentences using can or (be) able to. Use (be) able to only when can is not possible.

Gary has traveled a lot. He ______ speak five languages.

I haven't ______ sleep very well recently.

Nicole ______ drive, but she doesn't have a car.

I used to ______ stand on my head, but I can't do it any more.

I can't understand Mark. I've never ______ understand him.

I can't see you on Friday, but I ______ meet you on Saturday morning.

Ask Katerine about your problem. She might _______ help you.

You have to be careful in this part of the city. It ______ be dangerous.

Michael has lived in Italy a long time ago, so he should ______ speak Italian.

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