i'm looking for non-confusing way to learn english.
i mean, i know stuff from school, but, i hate how they teach it, it is so much scattered. one day we learn grammar, other listening, other speaking, and then again in circle.
i'm not that type of learner. i get super confused and lost, and forget everything. like i forgot everything.
there is some good book Raymond-Murphy-English-Grammar-in-Use , but a lot of chapters, are boring and obvious, and i dont learn nothing from obvious stuff.
i mostly have hard time, with verb recognition, and questions, and those stuff that have to do with making a grammar correct sentence.
other things, don't bother me, i don't want to get phd in order to learn english. i just want to get better grades, as i feel we always learn present simple vs present perfect, god forbid, why english lectures are always repeating, and adding to confusion. why they cant be just lay down roadmap, learn, and get over with it once for all. i hate because we have it in every semester, we had in school, it's so boring and obvious, and when they try to teach hard stuff, they just confuse me.
It sounds like you need something especially suited for your learning style.
Try out a variety of books and methods and devise a self-paced learning course for yourself. There are hundreds of online tutors with courses on YouTube.
Also many people learn English from subtitles on movies, and don't bother learning formal rules of grammar. Seven-year-old Americans speak English fluently without having had one single lesson in grammar!
Just keep poking around until you find the "glove" that fits your style.
I very recently ran across this. It may be relevant to your question.