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The grammar metaphor can be extended: Learning can be thought of as the acquisition of language (not the words you use to speak, but the concepts you use to understand and think things). As you learn you are exposed to concepts which expand your ability to understand the world around you, to distinguish between things and categorize. Your grammar, your personal language, is a measure of your ability to understand things you apprehend in the world. The greater the expanse of your personal language the more you can understand. The more you understand, the greater your ability to flexibly interact with the challenges that face you. Not just now, but in the future as well: a flexible grammar can adapt and reshape itself. A flexible grammar also feeds itself: learning new things is easier because there is more to compare with.
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