01. During the language lab, I will be listening in on what you're doing from time to time in order to [monitor] your progress.
02. When performing experiments, it is important to [monitor] the results carefully.
03. Don't sit too close to your [monitor]; the bright light is hard on the eyes.
04. Foreign observers [monitoring] the election declared it to be fair.
05. The doctor has been [monitoring] the patient's heart to see if there is a possibility of another heart attack.
06. Environmentalists are [monitoring] water quality in the area to see if the factory is polluting the river.
07. The computer program will [monitor] your progress, and give you a percentage mark when you have finished.
08. My neighbor has a device which [monitors] his heart rate while he is out jogging.
09. It is important for people with diabetes to constantly [monitor] their insulin levels.
10. The store is [monitored] by closed-circuit cameras at all times, in order to discourage shoplifting.
11. If you have high blood pressure, it is important to [monitor] your blood pressure frequently.
12. The patient has been exhibiting symptoms of chest pain and shortness of breath, and must be closely [monitored] at all times.
13. We are piloting our new products by testing them in a small part of the market, and [monitoring] people's reaction to them.
14. We are [monitoring] sales to see if our new ad campaign is effective.
15. The [monitor] connects to the video port.
16. In the future, we may have tiny computers inside us to [monitor], and even regulate functions such as heart rate or blood pressure.
17. Orangutans are an endangered species according to most wildlife [monitoring] organizations and conservation groups.
18. Security cameras have been mounted throughout the store to [monitor] what is happening.
19. The referee was [monitoring] the two players to make sure they didn't start to fight again.
20. There is a vast communication network in the human body which works to [monitor] the environment, and produce rapid adaptive responses as required.
21. If left [unmonitored], the children may hurt themselves.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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