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Is there any problems if I want to say: '' He has a good command of speaking English'' instead of He has a good command of spoken English?

thanks
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Hi,

''He has a good command of speaking English'' I wouldn't say this is wrong, but it sounds odd. Better to say something like 'He speaks English very well'.

He has a good command of spoken English This is the common way of expressing this thought.

Best wishes, Clive
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Clive,

Shall we say "He has a good command in speaking English"?
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"He has a good command of English."
is a fine and sufficient way to express the idea, unless you want to specify "written English" or "spoken English".
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