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where would you like to be professionally in ten years?

I wrote a passage in response to this question:

Since my childhood, and when I get familiar with computer I would like to be a programmer. My father helps me to increase this appetite with buying a computer and provide tools that I needed for learning programming and working with computer. I joined to group working in programming field that helped me the most to get many experiences. Therefore I'd like open my own computer company for both programming and teaching. This way, I can make enough money and share my experience with everybody who like to be a programmer.

Now I think there are many wrongs in my sentences for example I bold some words

I am not sure if I use right words and grammar. Also, I see several use at with in passage. Is it unconventional?

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    Not only the words in bold, your whole post is difficult to understand. E.g. "Now I think there are many wrongs(mistakes)". – user31782 Jan 28 '15 at 12:33
  • Make sure to check your spelling and capitalization throughout. Most of the errors lie in verb tenses; is there some specific question about tense use that you would like you ask? I suspect that this will be closed as it is primarily a proof-reading request. – Jason Patterson Jan 28 '15 at 12:36
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I would try to correct all of your sentences. You have started off with the right idea ( by bolding stuff) if you are having trouble with working your sentence try flipping it around instead of saying "since I was a kid I liked computers " say "I have liked computers since I was a kid". Hope this helps!

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    "kid" is too informal for this question in my opinion. – brendan Jan 29 '15 at 3:31

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