It can be helpful to have an acquaintance with a native speaker of a language you are trying to learn or improve your skills in. Having a native speaker as an acquaintance can provide you with the opportunity to practice speaking and listening to the language in a more natural setting, as well as ask questions about the language and culture. It can also be a helpful way to improve your pronunciation and get feedback on your language skills.
If you don’t have a native speaker as an acquaintance, there are other ways to practice and improve your language skills. For example, you can find language exchange partners online or through language learning apps, join language learning communities or clubs, or take language classes or lessons with a tutor.
Regardless of how you practice and improve your language skills, it is important to be consistent and dedicated in your language learning efforts. Practice speaking and listening regularly, expose yourself to authentic materials in the language (such as music, movies, and news articles), and seek out opportunities to use the language in real-life situations. With consistent practice and immersion, you can make progress and become proficient in a new language.