Learning English staying at home HOMEWORK E-MAIL

Hello ! :slight_smile:
I have a homework to write short e-mail. I would be veeery greatful if someone could look if there are any mistakes. The subject of it is to answer this question:

Hi everyone, I live in Spain and I don’t use English at work, so I don’t have any chance to practise speaking English. Does anyone have any good ideas how I could improve my speaking?

It is my answer:

Hello Rafael,
I noticed your question and I felt obligated to answer as I used to have a similar problem. There are definitely a lot of ideas how everyone could develop their language proficiency staying at home. At bottom you have many opportunities to practice your speaking.
First of all, it’s a good idea to just learn what other polyglots say about it, as you actually do, so I think you’re on a good way. Personally, I think that you can easily find someone who speaks your target language, especially if you live in a big city. There is surely a great number of people who speak English in Spain. You simply have to look for those people, even on the streets, or academies as they’re such people from Erasmus programme. Another idea is to speak with someone via internet communicators like Skype. You can use specific websites which support such necessity. There are plenty of people who have the same need in the Internet and without much trouble you can find someone to practice English for free.
As you can see, there are a lot of solutions for your problem. I mentioned only what I considered most important, but maybe you even come up with your own idea. Hopefully, you will find a answer for your concern very quickly.

The limit for this is 120-180 words. Actually I wrote more than 220, but I actually tried to write as little as possible.