So I've seen similar questions asked, but none that really helped me out. I'm going to be a freshman in college next year, having already taken Multivariate Calculus and Elementary Linear Algebra. Of course these were very basic, only second-year undergraduate courses, but I am still interested in self-studying Abstract Algebra. I purchased Basic Algebra I by Jacobson, which is fairly readable so far (and I've been doing the exercises) but I am worried that I will get lost in it soon. Are there any better resources to start from, given my current mathematical standpoint? What else should I learn before digging into this topic on an introductory level, besides proof techniques and set theory? My problem is not in understanding the concepts, but rather my mathematical vocabulary is limited and I find certain definitions to be rather confusing.
Basically, where should I start/what should I read in order to build my mathematical vocabulary so that I don't constantly Google while reading texts on Abstract Algebra? Maybe if someone even has a math reference to symbols and words that would be great!