I do agree with everyone else's comments. There are way more people trying to learn English than the other way around. That being said, there just aren't enough Native English speakers to go around. Additionally, learning a second language isn't a big thing in the US. When I was in high school, I did all right in Spanish class but I didn't remember much once I graduated. Studying a foreign language isn't a requirement to graduate from college too so there has been a steady decrease of people who study a foreign language in college. If you spoke a popular language, such as Spanish, French or German, you may find someone to practice with. Otherwise, moving to an English speaking country would be your best option to improve and/or master your English.