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Hello dear friends,
Please someone check these rewrite them as a native.
A: I don't have the ways in common with my sister. /My sister and I don't have any common points

Can you please tell me another way of above sentences as a native one?

1.It's very good for me to be Jim's student

2.It's very good for me that I'm Mr Charty's student.

3. I'm a student in (Name) University.But It finished last year.( Please rewrite this as a native one)

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A: I have nothing in common with my sister. My sister and I don't have anything in common.
1.It's very good for me to be Jim's student.
2.It's very good for me that I'm Mr Charty's student.
3. I was a student at (Name) University, but I graduated/dropped out last year.
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How about this:

we call him Jim since he was a child.

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We have called him Jim since he was a child.