I'm a programmer and translator from Russia. I was born on 04/11/2006 in Smolensk (A town in Russia). At the moment I am studying in the 8th class of one of the Smolensk's schools. My first translation is a translation of the song "We Wish You A Merry Christmas". I own two domains: alexp.su and catlandrp.ru
I was born on the 4th of November, 2006 in the city of Smolensk. It is a Russian city located in the west of the country. Smolensk has a rich history dating back to 863. Yuri Nikulin, Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka and many other famous Russian people were born in or near the Smolensk. In the city itself there are many memorials, such as the Monument to the architect Fyodor Kon. Under his leadership, the Smolensk Kremlin was built, which is located not far from this memorial. The monument itself was opened in 1991, shortly before the collapse of the USSR.
At the age of 3, I went to a kindergarten. After several years of a careless childhood life, I started going to a speech therapist to correct the burr that I had at that time. Luckily I got rid of the burr after a while. At the age of seven, I went to a elementary school near my kindergarten.
At first I was pretty scared. Many strangers with whom I had to spend a significant part of my day. Initially, they didn't really like me. However, my reputation started to grow by the beginning of the second grade. Years passed, and now came the so called "graduation" from elementary school. Our class stepped over the threshold, which placed the burden of "youngsters" on us. Secondary school started in grade 5...
At the beginning of secondary school, everything was as usual. At the beginning of the seventh grade, students from "A" and "B" classes were mixed based on the grades they received at the end of the 6th grade. Class "A" is considered technically oriented, and "B" - humanitarian. Fortunately, I stayed in the "A" group, as I plan to connect my future life with Mathematics and Programming. At that age, I did not understand the importance of school, and that it is not a prison, but a gift that our
greedy government gave us, and that now I have to absorb knowledge "like a sponge".
In the second (out of three) trimesters of the 8th grade, the insight that I described above descended on me, and suddenly all my grades began to improve. Instead of sleeping in the classroom, I started listening to interesting lessons from teachers and rediscovered some subjects, such as: History, Geography, Algebra, Geometry, Literature and IT. Now I understand what an idiot I was back then, in the period from fifth to seventh grade and I understand that I don't have a hudge part of knowledge, that I missed, sleeping on the lessons. I don't have enough knowledge in such subjects as Russian. But I will work on it and try to fill the gaps in my understanding of some subjects.