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Your difficulty can only be made worse if you tree to engage a practice partner in casual dialogue.
In other words, if you find someone to practice with, and the have not sent you by e-mail, some kind of a text to read together as basic practice, you will not have the "good teacher"
that "Teacher Jacob of USA" refers to.
When you start contacting practice partners and teachers, insist that they send you some kind of a text that you can read together as a first lesson. This allows you to practice without feeling embarrassed or guilty because you have difficulty forming sentences or asking spontaneous questions.
My method when beginning with a student, is to send them something simple to read, like the words to a simple song or nursery rhyme and I read a few words at a time, slowly, and have my student repeat the phrase. This frees the student from having to think in English. After you practice pronouncing the specific English words from some text, you begin to feel more confident.
Also, I use simple slow songs for beginning lessons, so that the student can watch Videos of the song and hear it over and over in the period between practice sessions.
Once the student becomes comfortable with this kind of practice, study with practice partner becomes easy.
(Hope that helps.)