if there is one thing i learned after converting is there are many Muslims who don’t speak Arabic and still lead faithful lives. Arabic takes a lot of time to learn, and not everyone has the resources available to them to learn it when they first convert.
if you ask me, i would just focus on learning your prayers in English first and slowly unpacking what your prayers mean in Arabic. i personally think its really pointless to learn your prayers in Arabic if you never really stop and think about what you’re saying and why. prayer is an intentional act, an intentional devotion to Allah, and it takes time to develop comfort with it that shouldn’t be rushed. i’m still learning my prayers in Arabic because Hebrew is my second language and i can chant better in Hebrew than i can Arabic.
my point is that it takes time, don’t rush yourself, and really enjoy learning your prayers as part of your deen.