Having had Spanish speaking exchange students live with our family, one of the ways they used initially was to watch movies in English with Spanish translations below. It didn't create spoken fluency but gave them a sense of the sound of words in English.
Many colleges have a program which will pair you with an English speaker with whom you meet several times a week. That isn't enough either, so start looking for English speaking people who like to chat whether that is in the cafeteria, coffee shop, or in a quiet bar. However you choose to find more people to practice with, be sure that you ask them to correct your pronunciation For example, my Argentine son could not distinguish the word bass from bus; to him, it sounded the same.
I also teach verbal pronunciation to Vietnamese adults, and the easiest way is conversation. We also use young children's books and telling their own stories. Then I can show them how to make the th sound by all of us sticking out our tongue and physically making the sound which is difficult for them.
I know that finding people is difficult, but be persistent if you wish to speak English well even if you have to advertize to find someone who wishes to speak your language. That is not a good idea, but set a timer for each person's language and then switch to the other language. Good luck.