Actually MohammadReza, it doesn't bother me as much as I think I fear the
embarrassment ;) In my case, it's my third language "Spanish", and there are
some words like (Euro/ Mexico), I seem to sweat over them and I hardly
pronounce them right and at the end I start laughing at the funny way I
say them and try to avoid them. Of course Spanish isn't a language I need
to use to deal with others like English, so I understand your concerns when
it comes to English.
One thing that helped me improve my English when it started to be rusty,
is exchanging voice messages with my friend. At first I wasn't really comfy
speaking English with myself, but I was surprised that after a while I felt
more confident. Then after that I was confident enough to share one of my
records in one of italki's discussions, and for me this was a big step because
many people will hear me. Now I reached a point where I know that I've
many mistakes in my pronunciation, but I no longer fear using English in
my conversations, and I consider it to be a good start.
So how about you start a new discussion where you attach a 1 min. voice
record, and ask for native English speakers' opinions and advice?
Thank you MohammadReza, I just bookmarked the links to
check them later and see how I can benefit from them.
I like learning languages on my own to be honest, this is how
I learned English, but I would still appreciate it if you could tell
me who is the best Spanish teacher on italki from your own
experience, and please do so in a private message if possible ;)
Regarding your English recording, please consider opening
a new discussion when you post it and make it clear in the
title that you are seeking native English speakers' opinions
in your pronunciation, this way you'll get the response you
need. I wish you all the best.