please explain this sentense and also tell me different meanings of the word "stimulations". .....
I think you want different meanings of the word 'simulations' or 'stimulations'.
Word stimulations don't exist, so they have no meaning.
I'm trying to make stimulations of project. ...
Do you mean 'simulations'?
and also explain this sentence
I assure you I won't make it pop in your mind, so that your studies may get affected.
No idea, sorry.
It seems that A is trying to reassure B that A won't make something pop in B's mind (or more likely into B's mind). The reason given is that A wants B's studies to be affected.
Now, it's unlikely that A will want B's studies to be affected, so the sentence doesn't say what it probably is supposed to mean.
This is a common cause of ambiguity.
"I won't hit you so you'll fall over." (I won't make you fall over by hitting you.)
"I won't hit you, so you'll fall over." (Because I won't hit you, you'll fall over.)
Also, please don't put ......... or ..... or .... etc. in your post. The correct way to end a sentence is with a period, or full stop.
If you need to use an ellipsis (...), which you don't, that has three dots.
Try to emulate good writers.
PS: Please quote quoted words and sentences.
The word "word" is a word. (Meaningful sentence)
The word 'word' is a word. (Meaningful sentence)
The word word is a word. (Meaningful sentence)
The word word is a word. (Nonsense)
Without any context, it seems to mean that the person is trying to simulate a project in various ways. 'Project' can have a lot of meanings.
You probably want definition 3 here: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/simulate