As others have said, welcome to the Stack Exchange.
I'd like to add one piece of advice: people will take your questions more seriously if you take your own questions more seriously. For example, ELU is a site dedicated to "linguists, etymologists, and (serious) English language enthusiasts," yet in your question, you wrote:
Because i dont have reputation points
which should, of course, be written as:
Because I don't have reputation points
I think any Stack Exchange site appreciates well-thought-out questions (as opposed to a hastily-written ones), but the language sites in particular might frown on improper grammar.
Moreover, each site on the Stack Exchange has its own Help Center, including one page explaining what kinds of questions are welcomed, and another explaining what kind of questions you should avoid asking. I'd recommend looking at that information carefully before diving in.
One last thing: I'd encourage you to look on the web for an answer before asking your question here. If people can find an answer to your question in one minute on Google, they will wonder why you didn't do the same thing, and your question may attract downvotes. Many of the best questions on SE don't simply ask the question, but also summarize what research was performed prior to asking, explain what was found, and provide a clear explanation of why the issue is still unresolved.