You're a student absorbing everything you can, reading and listening to all the YouTube and what not you can. You have some great questions for your instructor that just puzzles the heck out of them, and puts a smile on their face. When I was reading about VOR, for some reason I assumed you referred to it not as "V" "O" "R", but as a word "Vor". or "Vortac". I got a very polite "What?" from the CFI. When simulating an engine out, I referred to it once as "dead stick". Which is a term used by some friends who are senior citizen pilots. Which I guess isn't used any more, as I got a polite "What?" from the CFI. Now, I have refrained from "tally ho" and "no joy" when referring to looking for other aircraft. Then I was reading about a student (this one's not me) who was convinced the airplane's wheels were powered by the engine. Shouldn't it have a reverse for going backward? Anyone else?