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  1. Anonymous
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    appropriate sentences

    Hello :)

    I'd like to ask how to express in this situation.
    If move to a higher level B from C, are there some sentences which can be used?

    1) I leveled up from C to B.
    2) I increased the level from C to B.
    3) I stepped up the level from C to B.
    4) I improved the level from C to B.
    5) I made progress from the level C to B.

    I'd be glad to have better sentences.

    Thank you.

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    I advanced from (level) C to (level) B.
    I moved up from (level) C to (level) B.
    I improved, from (level) C to (level) B.

    These are the formations that seem natural to me.

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