Wolves, congrats on your boldness, since you was brave enough to put your work to be checked and commented.
As for the speaking in itself, to my thinking, it is that of a guy in the beggining, it shows in your somehow careful talking. Only that, by being overly careful, perhaps it slows the process a little bit. Anyway, as I told you, a good work that certainly will improve by the day.
A lady (you can say lêidi, anyway I preffer lêiry)
A would be with a 'a' (portuguese) sound, to me sounded almost like an "ó", somehow a cross between "a" and "ó".
[excuse my phonetics, it´s not the "standard", it´s a improvisation of mine]
You can try to speak a line in a breath, not word by word, this will come with time. It´s just an advice, I am not trying to disincentive you, okay? I am sure you will improve your skills. It will take some time, it´s normal.
Calling sounded ''almost there" you could have stretched it to something closer to "CÓlein - almost CÓ_lin" (you can try the Cambridge Dictionary to listen to the sound there, or Google/Howdjasay etc) English is a language wich the first syllables generally are the stronger, making the syllables afterwards being stressed with less emphasis (but quicker), in a machine-fire (staccato) way.
The "wheel'' is a kind of "uíí_ôu", try the above sites to listen the sound of it.
I am player by ear, so it´s easier you see the words there than trying to understand my Portuguese phonetics, he he. But I think you may catch my drift here. Good luck, you are making progress by coming here.
Would be better if you had a friend, a teacher, or somebody with a higher level of English, it´s harder to try to correct or explain something related to pronounce in a chat, anyway this is what we could do under the present circumstances.
Anyway, I hope it helps.