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How Well is English Spoken in Central America?

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CENTRAL AMERICA NEWS — According to Education First’s English Proficiency Index, in Costa Rica the English level is low, while in Guatemala, Panama and El Salvador it is very low.

EFOut of the 63 countries surveyed in the English Proficiency Index (EF EPI), Costa Rica ranks 43, Guatemala is No. 51, followed by Panama in position 52 and El Salvador in 53.

From a statement by EF:

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Source: Centralamericandata.com

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