My pleasure :)
I think if you write down one or two sentences from a dictionary, then you should take one more step and make a sentence or two with your own knowledge. If you can get feedback on it from someone reliable, that would be a plus. Thereafter, you can expect yourself to be able to use it when speaking.
'This stopped me to think that maybe the way we speak in our mother tongue is not necessarily associated with the way we can speak in our second language. '
I think you are right, because we learn our native language from our natural enviroment, as a result we learn the most common words , phrases and grammar structures. Another thing is that a baby has to understand himself with the others in order to get what he want and there is no other language to that he can use.
Thank you@Mohammadreza for your response:)It's not like that we Indian:):)are good at vocab.It's hard to memorise a word and harder to use it in conversation or in writing.I just try to use the words(Not all as I can't.lol:))in writing as it is difficult for me to use in conversation and I'm poor at verbal communication,I think.So just trying in my little funny way.Let's see what will happen:)