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    How do you express that someone is good at English?

    Hi~
    How do you express that someone is good at English?
    Could I just say, " Your English level is high."

    If the sentence is weird, is there a correct way to express the same meaning by using the word "level"?

    Thank you.
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    Re: How do you express that someone is good at English?

    Quote Originally Posted by multipolly View Post
    Hi.
    How do you express that someone is good at English?
    Could I just say, "Your English level is high"?

    If the sentence is weird, is there a correct way to express the same meaning by using the word "level"?

    Thank you.
    Welcome to the forum.

    First, see my couple of corrections above. To use the word "level", I would probably say "You have a very high level of English" or "Your English is of a very high level". However, most people wouldn't bother with the word "level" in this context in everyday speech. They would just say "Your English is good/very good/really good/incredible/amazing/fantastic".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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