See I have so much respect for you saying that. We are all going to use terminology in a way that may leave our conversation partner confused, but it's about wanting to help them learn either way, even if we have to change up what we say. Props to you!
And jargon is expected. It's just realizing that it's ok to know always know what they are saying and just to ask! You're right when you say there is just to many difference to just create a universal language. You add in how people learn and view information differently and it makes it unique to each person.
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