As many probably know, it is called "immersion" when related to languages. Immersion works. Having been somewhat conversant in a few languages, it doesn't take me too long to be able to at least order dinner when travelling overseas. Except maybe for a few hard core purists, I believe that most CW operators are extremely sympathetic and helpful to those learning or re-learning Morse. Most of us want a lot more CW operators for a lot of reasons. IMHO immersion is the quickest way to become proficient. I personally slow down my speed to whatever is being transmitted, mostly by changing the spacing between characters and words, as appropriate. I recently bought an old ultramatic keyer to make it easier to do this. Since most of us on QRZ are in the US, Canada, and the UK, we regularly encounter non-English speaking immigrants. I certainly try not to ever embarrass those trying to help me because English isn't their native language. This past summer, three hams and spouses (two couples being US, and one couple being Candian) met in the town of Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, in Wales, UK, where English is the predominant language. Like we should be with those learning CW, the locals in that small town(with a big name) were very happy to help us learn the pronunciation of their home town.