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When I started to learn English I learned my words and the grammar properly (the first better than the second, to be honest) but never dared to talk in this language.
Reading an english newspaper, understanding english song lyrics - all that was not a problem. But if someone talked to me in English I blushed deeply and couldn't say a single english word, I just feared to say something wrong.
Even working on a hotel reception, where naturally international guests arrived day by day, did not help my inhibition to speak English.

Many years later I did a course in business english. Most of the delegates had the same problem I had - inhibition to speak.
So the trainer asked us how perfect our German is. We all agreed that nobody is perfect and depending on dialects and accents the native language might appear a little strange.
He smiled at us and said: "Well - and what makes you think you have to be perfect than in a language that is not even your native language?"

And that is exactely the point: Nobody wants you to be perfect - as nobody is actually perfect himself!
Look at me today: I am even living in the UK - and I do not fear to talk to anybody, though I am still making mistakes!
If you don't give it a try you will never get practice. But only practice will make people able to help you!

So don't be afraid of talking - nobody will blame you for any mistakes!