If you are interested it is proof that you are great because you are learning another language in addition to your mother tongue. And as English is an international language you'll be able to communicate with much more people than Americans which is great as well!
"What do Americans think about others, learning their language."
I hope Canadian will do. Specifically I enjoy this program because I get better at English as well as the language I want to learn. In terms of living alongside people who's native language is not English. Decent English skills are appreciated. But I'm so used to accents that I rarely notice them unless I simply can't understand you. Have a great day.
@Bluemarci For speech, practicing the vowel sounds until you want to cry is the first step to being a confident speaker. The difference between an a and o for example can be subtle. getting it wrong can change the entire meaning of the word. Once you know for sure your sounds are correct you can speak with much more confidence. Th and some other English sound's can be difficult for learners. I would speak to other English learners around you. Ask them what English sounds they find difficult. Practice those as hard as your vowels. YouTube has lots of video's on just about any English subject along with some very good teachers. Good luck.