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Hi,

basically the brain works by communication between neurons, and it's this continuing communication between neurons that's important for changes in synaptic connections that underlie things like learning a memory or any response to our environment.

what is important here, I did not get it

Let's break it into shorter sentences.

Basically, the brain works by communication between neurons.

This continuing communication between neurons is important for changes in synaptic connections.

These changes underlie things like learning a memory or any response to our environment.

Do you understand some or all of this now? If not, please underline the parts that you still have trouble with.

Besy wishes, Clive