Speech comprehension is the ability to grasp the meaning and significance of vocal utterances. By phonetic utterances are meant on the one hand words, but also onomatopoeias, such as "woof-woof" meant.
What skills must a child possess?
Disturbance in language comprehension
Children who have a language comprehension disorder are unable to understand the content of instructions, explanations, sentences, and conversations, or to. insufficient understanding.
You can usually tell a speech comprehension disorder just by looking at a child’s reaction. You cannot directly observe a speech comprehension disorder.
When there is a disorder in speech comprehension, the active use of language is always disturbed as well.