Native fluency

From the perspective of a language learner, reaching native fluency is not realistic for most language learners. It means to reach the level of a native speaker, and this is very difficult to obtain if you don’t live in a specific country and go through all the experiences that a native speaker has gone through. Normally people who reach native-like fluency in a language are those who for example have lived more than 20 years in a country and have a family with native speaker of that given language.

Article on the Polyglot Dream Blog about How to Reach Native Fluency:

http://www.thepolyglotdream.com/nativefluency/