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Whether you're reading or writing, you need to find out what your mistakes are so that you can correct them. Some people are willing and able to pay a private tutor or take a formal class in order to help them progress. These things will certainly help, but they aren't the only options. If you live near a major city, there's a chance of Paris, Um, native speakers in your area. Keep your eyes and ears open because you might be surprised where you can find them. You can look for a nearby meet up group or a language exchange. You're likely to find speakers there as well. If the's options don't work out, you can take your search online. There are several free language exchanges, where you can chat via video or audio with other language learners. Look for a native speaker learning your own native language so that you could practice together and correct each other's mistakes. Don't be afraid to put yourself out there and make mistakes. It's all part of the process. 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