You probably think of studying English as a lot of readings and vocabulary/grammar memorizations. However, you can’t learn a language this way alone.
It’s only after you learn the sequence of sounds that came through your ears that a language settles in your brain.
Words always exist in a vocalized phrase. For example, you don’t often hear the word “get” alone. It’s normally in a phrase like “I get it” because the former hardly makes sense. The same goes for writings; you don’t use words disjointly.
Therefore, the most practical way to learn English is to listen to phrases vocalized in one breath and to recite them. The majority of vocal expressions in a phrase takes 1-2 seconds to say. We learn a language by repeating this process.