Do you want English-speakers to understand you the first time you say something?
LEARNING TO SPEAK ENGLISH FLUENTLY takes time, but it doesn't have to be hard work. As babies, we don't begin by memorizing grammar and vocabulary. We hear the "rhythm" of our native language from our earliest days, and we begin to recognize and imitate the special "melody" of our language long before we can say words or sentences.
When we do begin to talk, we NEVER have a foreign accent in our native language! Some people think it's impossible for adults to achieve a natural sound in a second language, but perhaps the problem is not our age, but how we study the language.
In my classes, I begin with the "musical signals" of English (rhythm and melody), which make your speech more "listener-friendly" or familiar to an English speaker. Through "Active Listening" and "Quality Repetition" you can really improve your spoken English, and have fun doing it.