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But, even though it is difficult for children to comprehend tragedy, it doesn't mean that we as adults should ignore them and not give them the space to talk about these things if they need to.
I am not able to comprehend this as to why are they talking in terms of money.
Business process intelligence solutions provider OpenConnect announced on Monday Comprehend 6, its business software that enables organisations to measure workforce productivity as work is occurring.
This paper aims at emphasizing the importance of using comprehension and word inferences ability to improve learner's ability to comprehend L2 texts.
None of us yet can comprehend what has happened," Mr McGhee said, flanked by his assistant Scott Leitch.
Not only did most people not comprehend an unexpected word or picture, but 11 people (not considered statistically significant) didn't perceive the unexpected at all.
People who can comprehend written information about health matters are likely to live longer than people who can't, according to a study in the July 23 Archives of Internal Medicine.
We are able to behold artistic works that summarize and articulate facets of existence that we can comprehend.
It's difficult to comprehend that nearly a year after Hurricane Katrina, there are still children sleeping on the floor," said Van Poetsch.
Jason Taylor is a 13-year-old British schoolboy, sensitive and observant enough to write poetry of a quality that belies his age, smart enough to keep that (and much else) under his hat and maintain a low profile to fit in with his peers, and still naive enough not to fully comprehend a great deal of what goes on around him in the adult world.
Allan Brocka's Boy Culture involves a sexy young hustler who begins to comprehend love thanks to an elderly client.
CALM, MUSING, CONFUSED, SERENE, SHOCKED, pondering, cupped on wordless, hands the breasts that soon will suckle the Incomprehensible Mercy, she is hardly able to comprehend what just happened, utterly unable to imagine what will happen, a teenage girl alone and amazed and rapt in the russet light.
If ELLs can comprehend more of their general education teachers' instruction, they can become more successful learners.
My hope is that one day they may comprehend that this grace and gift is what makes us different from all other religions.
When the driver of the car he was riding in fell asleep and plowed into a streetlight at 100 mph, Lappin broke his hip, pelvis, femur, lacerated his liver, collapsed his lung and injured his brain so badly he couldn't comprehend simple words on a page.