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I would like just to remind you if you could find a little time to reply me on my message whose title indicates or you are very short of time this week.

Hoping forward to receiving your response at your earliest convenience.

NB: Because you are a native English speaker and are proficient in English. What advice would you like to give me to make me do more rapid progress in English? Because, although I have been exhausting myself for about 14 months, my English is not good enough as much as I work hard. What is the matter??? Do you see my English has been improving? Do you think that I dedicate more time to keep vocabularies better than focusing on grammar? But even if this is true, I would like to say to you that I will forget them because I will not find another person to practice with.

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Dear xxx
I would appreciate it very much if you could find a moment this week to respond to my email.
Mohammad Lardhi"...... But even if this is true, I would like to say to you that I will forget them because I will not find another person to practice with.
Well, that's a bit defeatist Mr Mohammad Lardhi.
I don't really know how to respond to such a statement.
If you want and need help, you'll have to make an effort as well. Lots of us are willing to assist you and you have already worked hard in other threads, so don't give up. It takes time and practice.
Thank you very much indeed for your reply.
I would like firstly to ask you about whether this paragraph is true or it needs being modified.

Because, although I have been exhausting myself for about 14 months, my English is not good enough as much as I work hard. What is the matter??? Do you see my English has been improving? Do you think that I dedicate more time to keep vocabularies better than focusing on grammar? But even if this is true, I would like to say to you that I will forget them because I will not find another person to practice with.

What is being written in red colour is a condition. However, I am confused about whether it should be written as:
But even if this were true, I would like to say..

Or But even if this is true, I would like to say...

I would like secondly to say to you that I believe that I am frustrated because I didn't find another person to practice with what I learn. As you know we live in an environment in which English is so rarely widely spoken that I hard find anyone to practice with.

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You're welcome, Mohammad.
"But even if this were true, I would like to say...", is the correct construction. It is the most formal.
However, you will notice that "...if this is true..." is also used by many (if not most) native speakers. English is a language that is constantly evolving, and this is a good example. Rules change with usage.
Generally, when you see the word "if" in a subordinate clause, it is there because the sentence is about to express various states of unreality such as wish, emotion, possibility, judgment, opinion, necessity, or action that has not yet occurred. It's called the subjunctive mood. The rule states that you should use the subjunctive, but the fact is that most have abandoned this mood. Why? I have no idea. English is like that, and it always will be.
This brings us to your problem of lack of people to speak with. Have you searched for English schools, universities, clubs or cultural organizations in your region? These groups often have other people just like you that are looking to practice their English. Check Google.
Thank you very much for continuing the conversation. There sounds as if it is a final point which is as follows:
Could you confirm for me whether or not I can say:
I think this pattern[as adjective/adverb as <pronoun/noun> + <verb>:] is most common.
Because, although I have been exhausting myself for about 14 months, my English is not good enough as much as I work hard.
"....my English is not good enough as much as I work hard", is incorrect.
"As much as" means: the same quantity as. I think the idea you wish to convey is that your effort is not producing the progress you think it should
http://idioms.yourdictionary.com/as-much-as

Here is one way you could rephrase your sentence:
Although I have been working hard for about 14 months, my English is still not good and does not reflect my strenuous efforts.
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Thank you so much indeed. On the contrary, I wanted to convey that my effort is not equated with the progress of my language.

In other words, I have been working hard, however, my English is still not good enough.

So I wanted to convey that my effort is not equated with what I have been working.