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    Learned languages decently.

    "He has learned foreign languages not perfectly but decently (I mean he is not very good at it but he is satisfactory)."

    Please check.

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    Re: Learned languages decently.

    Then say what you mean ​ ... nor perfectly, but satisfactorily.

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    Re: Learned languages decently.

    You could say that he has a decent knowledge of a language.

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