Absolutely, this will happen if there is a genuine inclination towards books and learning. The common denominator in people who have set the precedent in the standard of their discourse is that they are well read. In fact, I would say many a time, the josh in the khitaab often masks the speaker's ignorance and is a ploy which is used to run down the clock. Speaker's aside. Great changes will take place if serious reading cultures emerge in our communities. Thankfully, the masajid/madaris are perfectly placed to cater for this. There should be reading clubs for children and adults, discussions, critical analysis and afterthoughts. I recently came across a nine year old who was able to explain some rather complex English idioms. Having spoken to his father, I was told he is a keen reader and is currently reading the Travels of Ibn Battuta. The difference between an avid reader and somebody totally averse to books is like the day and night. I think there's a lot of food for thought on this thread, ideas that can be implemented quite easily.