01. The use of [mobile] phones while driving a car has become a safety concern over the last few years.
02. During the floods in 1997, the government had to [mobilize] the army to deal with the crisis in Manitoba.
03. When the hockey player fell and injured his neck, paramedics immediately [immobilized] him to prevent him from injuring himself further.
04. His [mobility] was restricted because of his injuries.
05. The broken-down ferry was [immobile] in the middle of the strait.
06. Mary hung a pretty [mobile] over the baby's crib.
07. The child has just learned to walk, so she's much more [mobile] than a month ago.
08. The [mobile] weathervane twirled around in the wind.
09. Aristotle believed that the earth is [immobile], the center of the universe.
10. Lao-Tzu once said that when armies are [mobilized], and issues are joined, the man who is sorry over the fact will win.
11. Maria Montessori said that the task of the educator lies in seeing that the child does not confound good with [immobility], and evil with activity.
12. The San Francisco cable cars are the only [mobile] national monuments in the U.S.
13. In January of 1943, Adolf Hitler [mobilized] the entire adult population of Germany for the country's war effort.
14. A recent car ad reads: Engineers at Toyota are searching for new ways to extend [mobility] to more people in the 21st century.
15. In 1900, the British Army began using a [mobile] x-ray unit to locate bullets and shrapnel in wounded soldiers in the Sudan.
16. The Americans are [mobilizing] troops in preparation for a possible war.
17. The human rights organization Amnesty International works to [mobilize] public pressure to stop human rights abuses throughout the world.
18. The Earth's atmosphere is made up of a mixture of highly [mobile] gases.
19. The airplane and the tank are highly [mobile] and efficient weapons of war.
20. Mahatma Gandhi was able to [mobilize] every class of Indian society against British imperialism.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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