Sometimes when learning a language, or anything new, we can get so wrapped up in pushing ahead and learning more. More vocabulary, less frequent verb tenses, the exact translation of a phrase, or figuring out why they use this preposition over that!
If this sound like you, take a moment to relax.
As you relax, think about the early days when you were too timid to utter a sentence. What are some of the things you learned in your first class? What are some things you and your first English speaking friend talked about?
My point is that you should take some time and revisit the basics. You might benefit by realizing how far you have come in your studies. You might build your confidence by mastering those grammar points that seemed so confusing last year. You might even find that there, within the first pages of your notebook, or on page 6 of your 400-page textbook, is the answer you’ve been looking for all along.