Wouldn't we rather hear from someone steeped in knowledge of the place who could advance our comprehension?
This is nostalgia as a recording exercise rather than a lesson in empathy or comprehension.
It was a small step in learning to stick to my guns, but a leap in my comprehension of phonetics.
Nothing defeats my powers of comprehension like the deliberate harm of a child.
That a company would even consider such a plan is beyond my comprehension.
The cleavage between the two attitudes is too sharp for the comprehension of other nations.
Most important is the comprehension of the structural implications of literacy.
It had not entered her comprehension that the real facts could be unknown, though they had never been communicated to herself.
Sara had inherited all the amazement, but she owned, as well, its comprehension.
Instinct leads us to a comprehension of life that intellect can never give.
mid-15c., from Middle French comprehénsion (15c.), from Latin comprehensionem (nominative comprehensio) "a seizing, laying hold of, arrest," figuratively "perception, comprehension," noun of action from past participle stem of comprehendere (see comprehend). In reading education, from 1921.
comprehension com·pre·hen·sion (kŏm'prĭ-hěn'shən)