It's not as much the quickness of the mind as it is the understanding. Say you comprehend taxes and how they work. You "understand" taxes and how they work. The two words go hand and hand.
Comprehension is an understanding of the nature of something. For example, my comprehension of your question leads me to believe that English is not your native language and that you're trying to increase your fluency by learning the meaning of unfamiliar words.
by ngureco7 years ago
In The Hand Of A Man Shown Below, How Many Fingers Can You Count?Please, This Is A Serious Question To Me And I Would Very Much Appreciate To Know Your First Language, If You Will.
by ParadigmShift...8 years ago
We all know animals can be trained and learn commands. But how do they think? Do they think at all? Can they think ahead? Contemplate? And in what language?
by NotPC4 years ago
Has anyone else noticed a serious drop in quality among the Question portion of HubPages? For the past several weeks, nearly every question that is featured in the "my account" section has been ripe with...
by RodneyBlaec Rainey3 years ago
Why is profanity (cuss/swear/curse words) bad?
by Judy Specht4 years ago
Is profanity just a lazy way of talking?How much thought do you put into saying Sh.t, and F..k you.
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How do I greet my date on our first date, do I shake his hand or give him a peck on the cheek?
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