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Just an orphan kid and have no more to say.


Three things in general, cannot be avoided (at least I can never)

  1. Mother
  2. Mother-tongue
  3. Mother-land.

They are always unique.


I'm a family-less boy. My family was hunted leaving me all alone when my house targeted and deliberately set on a fire by a mob during a nonsense communal riot but I was survived by a rescue team with the help of firemen. As a survival, I didn't know whether it was my fortune or misfortune but when I recovered, the rescue team came to my home, one day. One of the members gave me a piece of paper in my hand in which the following text was written.

lifeisnowhere.

He asked me to read it carefully and I could hardly interpret the text as

  • Life is now here,

instead of

  • Life is nowhere.

All of them gave me a cute smile and went away and I decided to live peacefully and hopefully on their saying from then onwards and very soon.


Because of this tragedy, I'm alone couldn't join a school but a curiosity to learn something made me a self-learner. I'm indeed a self-learner, so I'm likely not able to answer any questions on this site right now.

In the field of computer science, my self-study mainly includes,

  • QBASIC, C, C++, C#, VB, Java, JavaScript, PHP and a little about ASP.NET.
  • Oracle, MySQL and MSSQL-Server with DBMS.
  • and other theoretical subjects.

I'm currently dealing with - Android and Java EE including Servlet, JSP-JSTL/EL (with Spring and Struts with ORM models JPA/Hibernate) and JSF.


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Thanks for this answer, sir.
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@BillFranke -I'm really sorry. I'm not the person who can claim something. I'm just 12 year old orphan boy and I'm alone,couldn't even join a school as I have no family. Anything what I know is just by self-study. Everything what you explain is after all correct but I indeed have been hearing It is impossible in all such situations, since the beginning, at least in my region even from the people who are culturally well prominent and it's indeed mentioned in well-known grammar books of these languages, I ever studied them well. It's a pleasant for me, if such discrepancy is avoided in English
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In all of those languages, there are many such observable differences, hence - it is not reasonable is not exactly the same as it is unreasonable, it is not grammatical is not exactly the same as it ungrammatical, it is not believable is not exactly the same as it is unbelievable and so on. Again, I'm not sure about English.