Try this free list complete with audio recordings of native speakers, or invest in an e-book like this one. It’s also easy to forget what a great resource YouTube videos are for ESL learners. There are more hours of expert advice on YouTube than any student could watch in a lifetime! Even better, almost every video can be watched with subtitles, played at slower speeds, and paused and replayed until you understand every word. How many apps to learn English do you have on your phone right now? The digital age has revolutionized language learning, and it’s easy to forget how lucky that makes us. Fluency is the stage of learning a language when things just “click.” It takes a lot of time and effort to reach this level, so many learners don’t think it’s realistic.
No matter where you are today, you can learn it if you put in enough practice, over enough time. Unfortunately, if you don’t want to study, you won’t study. No advice I can give you will let you put in the hundreds or thousands of hours necessary to reach complete fluency in English. Since you’re already decent at English, the goal here should be trying to find ways to increase the volume of English practice in your life.