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Many good suggestion here,|
The thing is, to learn any language quickly, or, should I say more quickly and thoroughly, you must use every opportunity to use that language, doing the things here as mentioned above.
Do not try to advance too quickly though, if you miss steps or do not master things, those thing will cause problems later.
As for reading, do not always pick classical literature, or novels Etc. that are too complicated. You may be an adult, but your English reading level may not be. You still have to learn all the things that native speaking children learn. Being able to pronounce words perfectly does not make you a good reader or speaker.
Reading and conversation are similar, in that you need to be able to express and intonate. and if you just read one word after another like a mechanical clock, it is very hard to understand and listen to,
reading and speaking needs style, rhythm and contextual order.
So, when you listen to others speaking, listen not just to the words and pronunciation, but to the rhythm, intonation and style of the speaker.
There are times when words are joined together when we speak them, such as, for example, in a becomes ina, in a minute become ina minute. do it, becomes doit, and "it" is often over stated when people speak.
So, as before stated, listen to more than words, listen to everything, if you want to sound natural.
Once you develop a good reading style, you will remember and understand more of what you're reading, and you can even apply it to reading any language, even your own. The ability to read well and effectively can make a big difference.