Does this sentence make sense:

"Even doctors who know better than anybody else how to take care of their bodies can't be sure that nothing will ever happen to them, so least of all me."


You ask a great many questions on EF about whether certain sentences you cite are natural or make sense.

May I ask what it is you're trying to achieve overall?

Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.

I try to learn as much as I can.

After all, it's the only way for me to become able to effectively carry out a conversation in English (and not to not feel limited in what I would like to say as it has already happened).

Besides of that, I have already attended at least one practical course online which was conducted in English, I'm about to start another practical course also in English, and in the upcoming years (maybe in two years), I would like to attend an online Master's degree, from an English speaking country's university, in a field which is not available in my country.

Well, I don't think you'll achieve your goal this way.

The only way to learn a language and all its idiosyncrasies and idioms is to spend as much time as possible with a competent native speaker.

Have you thought about staying with an English family, preferably in England?