i am truly impressed, your recording is very very good. your pronunciation is quite precise and i think that with time you might lose your accent alltogether. so here are some corrections of mostly slightly wrong pronunciation and stress in words, but your entire recording was very comprehensible and made a lot of sense.
i will capitalize the vowels that are stressed in words.
00:08- you said “asit” for “i did” but it should be “asIti”
00:14- “sech hakol” should be pronounced “sach hakol”
00:36- etzemi (myself) =atzmI
00:44- safa ha'acherot- safa is the singular, the plural for “languages” is “safot”, so “safot acherot”
00:51- turkIya=turkYA, we stress the last syllable
01:02- hArbe= harbE
01:10- hayanu (we were) =haYInu- another word :“veled” for “child” is actually “yEled”
01:22- we met in the summers- nifgAshnu bakaYItz/ we dont really use the plural here, “lechen” is pronounced lachEn (therefore)
01:47- me'az hayiti veled=me'az she'hayiti yeled
01:49- islandI=Island (pronounced as in icelandic)
01:52- avrAti (moved)= avArti
01:55- asAr shanim (ten years)=Eser shanim
02:02- sentence: siyamti et limuDAY be'handaSAT mechonot (instead of limudI/handEsEt)
02:24- rikod (dance)= rikUd
overall- amazing job! and if this was all off the top of your head, i think you will definitely be quite fluent after 200 hours!!! very impressive, good luck.