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1. He may have gotten up late.
2. He may have a fever.
3. He may be running towards school.
4. he may have forgot to come to school.
5. He may have overslept.
6. He may be spending time playing computer games in a PC room.
7. He may be upset and doesn't want to come to school.

(Are the expressions grammatical? Would you check them? Have a good time.)

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    All are fine.

    I'd use "game" instead of "PC" but the sentence is fine as it is.

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