If you want, I have a friend that can help you! She's been helping people with their English for quite awhile, and might help you as long as you know a bit of English already. Also, depending on what you need, she might or might not be able to help you. Pronunciation isn't an option, she won't do voice conferences. But grammar, spelling, sentence structure, etc are all fine. You can also start reading the English Dictionary or get Rosetta Stone if you can. :)
reading. i suggest reading older stories. they may not help with some of today's slang, but it will help with the way the language is put together. how we use the language to stimulate desired responses. the beauty of flowing lines and majestic building of ideas, to portray the feelings of the author. my personal favorites are shakespeare and chaucer, but those are pretty heavy. but classics like to kill a mockingbird, the scarlet letter, animal farm, and great stories like where the red fern grows, the watership down, island of the blue dolphins, and even romance novels (i like harlequin romance author penny jordan, are great starts. - if anyone has great stories in spanish, i would appreciate some ideal choices of reading material back!
Watch english tv shows or anything with people speaking english, and if you want to widen your knowledge on words, and even improve spelling read books. I read books a lot of them to fight my battle with dyslexia,