Comprehension and Perception

Comprehension is defined as the understanding and interpretation of what is read. It is also meant children should accurately understand the written matter;

(1) Decode what they read.

(2) Make connections between what they learn and what they already recognize.

(3) Dive deep into what they read, understand, learn and recognize the clear and ambiguous meaning and context.

It is rudimentary to realize the basic difference between reading, interpreting, translating, discerning and understanding. Knowing the literal meaning is peripherally sufficient enough to circumvent the literal meaning and concept. However, they failed to understand its logic and essence. Hence, it is significant to pay attention and measures the core concept and meaning of subject and predicate. Thus, it is all important that structural meaning and concept are understood clearly and intelligibly.

It is as well-defined as logic which in its totality of intentions; that is, properties or characters, that an object owns. It is conclusively established that subject, and predicate are hands and gloves. It is, now, important to exercise caution so that you do not overstep periphery of the subject with the predicate. Prior to examining the exposure of reality with regard to comprehension, it is obligatory for us to look into perception.

Perception or sensing is the formation, recognition, and interpretation of sensory information. In order to see and understand the presented information, or the environment and to translate and understand the presented information, or the environment. The above definition is once and for all proven that total reality is different from deficiency of perception. Philosophers. Scholars and psychologist have all agreed in unison that exposure to senses reveal partial reality as compared to facts and factuality. Similarly, comprehending peripheral meaning and concept is not the total reality as well.

Thus, both perception and comprehension are subjective in the absence of totality of complete accuracy. Hence, the facts and figures should necessarily be felt, witnessed and understood within its meaning and concept. Furthermore, the shortcomings of comprehension and perceptual experience cannot be camouflaged to cover-up with the structural accuracy. Differently, this will lead to doubt, confusion and distortion of facts, thereby, complicating the real event.

If we study the perception within its sense, it then translates into a practical reality. The exposure of partial truth is not devoid of reality; nevertheless, it has some truth in it. Although it is not affected the basic concept yet it is not fully fitting into total reality.

What is lacking in its concept is the insufficient information within the reality of the matter? Summarizing the nitty-gritty of the comprehension and perception, it then narrows down few fundamental, logical and reproducible facts. If we desire to realize the total reality, subsequently, we must as well study the perceptual experience-related facts. In addition, comprehending the core concepts and structural significance of reality is totally important and needed.

There are many diversions of perception and comprehension related to various prospects of human characters. Therefore, changing of meaning and concept of the subject and predicate with the passing of time is a realness. When subject appropriately defines different meaning and concept structurally then the laws can be changed accordingly. Still, the human mind has limitation hence it cannot comprehend everything totally. The abstract is beyond the perception and comprehension of the reason. That is to say, it is the faith of the unknown not without reasons. The role it plays in understanding reality and truth is by observing clear signs and its applications. The attribute will reflect the unknown and wisdom accepts within the reality of logic and reasons.