Yes, basic applies to Code 101 classroom, but also to year 10 treatise. Your whining got me thinking just now, how when CSS3 was emerging Adobe got me filling in lists like ST3 User Settings'
Is there a way for a developer to create a package that would fork "added_words" to a simple comma delimited alphabetically sorted text document (without any quotes, no line breaks, word-wrap)? That editable document could sit in the User /Packages folder, where it could be easily accessed with gobs of code-word strings - food for the hungry. Much better than what Adobe got us doing [space-space-space-quotes-word-quotes-comma-return...]. Sublime Code Dictionary list would sort like Sublime's User preferences, automatically. That would be an easy way to make Sublime more eloquent.
In fact, that eloquence would make it easy for profs in tens of thousands of Edu institutions to hand out gobs to their class-rooms full of Sublime imps. Similar to dragging a code document onto Sublime application icon, feed Sublime! "Now, GET TO WORK!"
Without giving away gazillions of free softwares to imps. Though, that 'fame' part must have an instantaneous appeal for such as you. Or would you Trump profit on that, too.