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Hello,

I have a problem when updating my résumé!
I have been travelling for 5 months in Central America to learn Spanish, so now I can write spanish on it... but I wrote that my English level is Fluent, but what is the word to proper word to say medium level?

Because I understand well Spanish and speak it with the vocabulary I know... but I do not speak it as fast in English, neither do I write as easily. So what is the way to say "baby fluent" or "not fluent, but.... not bad"

Does it make sense to someone?
Thanks in advance
Ludo
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"Conversational"? "Improving"

e.g. "I speak conversational Spanish"

Words like "Entry 2" - or "Level 2", are a bit technical and need proper assessment, so probably best avoided - so I don't know why I even mentioned them!Emotion: indifferent
I would say intermediate. It is one of the official levels of language proficiency: (starter), beginner, pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper-intermediate, advanced, proficient.
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Great word, Miche - why couldn't I think of that!Emotion: sad
Thanks, Abbie, but don't be hard on yourself. It's just terminology I have happened to study.
Hmm- me too, Miche - obviously you studied harder than I did! Or maybe I just haven't had enough coffee yet.[C]
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Thank you Miche and AbbieEmotion: smile

I guess I will go for Intermediate or Upper-IntermediateEmotion: smile

Ludo, going back to his CV refreshing...