observe 観察する

October 19, 2015 =========
☆ observe 観察する
If you observe someone or something, you watch them carefully, usually in order to learn something about them. For example, I like to sit in cafes and observe all the people as they drink their coffees… I try to imagine what they are doing that day, what’s going on in their day, and how they’re feeling. Do you do that?? I hope I’m not the only one! Ha ha
You can use “observe” in more formal situations than when you would use “watch” or “see”. For example, a doctor visiting a new hospital might say, “Are there any procedures or areas I should observe?” Or you might even describe your job using “observe”; “I’m a scientist and I observe the behavior of babies in their first year of life.”
Can you use “observe” in a sentence?
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