"No one like to do the dishes-washing or lawn-mowning."
sounds better: No one likes to wash dishes or mow the lawn.
"hire a lawn-mowner"
Sounds better: hire someone to mow the lawn
Usually, lawnmower refers to the equipment, not the person using the mower.
"wating" = waiting
"out curiosity" = our curiosity
"student who always love to learn" = student who always loves to learn
The word math should not be capitalized.
"he previously does not like!" = he previously did not like!"
difficlut = difficult
"of all costs"
should be: at all costs
should be: sacrifice
"what if their country are invaded, can they just sit still and ingore them"
what if their country were invaded, could they just sit still and ignore them
"overcome their far"
overcome their fear