Naturally there are still some issues that I/we might have with the English language. I'm not expecting it to be perfect by now anymore (but I'm still working on it). Lately I'm running in some pronunciation bumps - for example "add" and "at" or "taxes" and "Texas" ...... especially when I talk quickly which I pretty much always do. But this is nothing that I can't handle or that will not be better/gone at one point.
I'm more concerned about something that I realized a couple of times already when I tried to say a number in my native language German. Let's take the number "84" as an example. In English you are going to say the first number, in our case, the eighty first and than the four = eighty four. In German you would start with the four before you say the eighty = Vierundachtzig and this is what gives me trouble lately. Even though I see the number in front of me, even though I'm talking to my husband in German I am going to say the number in German but the English way. Do you get it? That is something that really bothers me but I guess it's because I deal so whole day with numbers/amounts in English....it just weird ;)