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Developing a vocabulary is an ongoing process that continues throughout your life. As you grow, your method of learning and adding to your new vocabulary has slowed. When you were younger you learned something new day in and day out. You kept squeezing every moment of the day into a new and different learning situation. You continually asked questions and drove yourself to learn more. Look at the following examples:
What this tells you, is that the more you learn, the more vocabulary you will know. No matter what your age, you must continue to learn. Words are "symbols" for ideas. These ideas formulate knowledge and knowledge is gained largely through words.