Welcome to HubPages! Apparently, you have a problem with the English language, as I can see by your post alone.
Where would be a good place to start? I would think school. If school isn't an option, then self-teach through library visual and audio modules.
I heard Rosette produces dvd type teaching tools for languages. You could try there first.
Just a thought.
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