I will leave an answer here for others with the same question.
Stack Exchange has a site for English language learners! If there is something in the answer to your question that you can't figure out, you can get help there. Also, if you aren't sure about a word or phrase, to get your question across, you can also ask for help with that at ELL.
Stack Exchange also has a mechanism for getting administrative support when someone says something unconstructive or hurtful. Flag the comment or post so the moderating team can address the problem.
But first: before you ask for help at ELL, and before you post your question:
Make the dictionary your friend.
Check the spelling of words. Check the conjugation of the verb. Check the meanings, to make sure you are using the words correctly.
You can use a print dictionary (in book form), or you can use an online dictionary. Also, you can set up your browser so that it checks your spelling as you go.
Volunteers who answer questions are usually perfectionists, and as such, they get irritated when they see a post that wasn't written carefully. Of course, no matter how irritated we get, we should still be polite! But I want you to understand how some people will react to a post that is full of spelling mistakes and misunderstandings about simple, non-complex usages of standard English vocabulary. (I looked at the text of your original post -- and I'll be honest, it didn't look as though it had been written with care.)