Make your English stronger by working on what you dislike.  Ask your teacher for an analysis of what is wrong and aim lessons to your weak points and not to what you enjoy.

Write a list of objectives and work towards it. Your English will improve quickly because you’ll be using time more effectively.

For example, your conversation might be weak so your first impulse would be to get more oral practice. But vocabulary could be the problem; or the fact that you want to transmit complex ideas with basic structures. Therefore, conversation lessons would not help you.

Remember, the best path to better English is to pick an objective, learn it and then pick another.