Portugal with 'high' English proficiency rating
27 October 2018
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Portugal has been ranked 19th in the latest EF Ed ucation First English proficiency rankings.
Compiled by EF Education First, the list is drawn on data from 1.3 million non-native English speakers in 88 countries and regions.
For the fourth time in eight years, Sweden tops the EF English Proficiency Index, bumping last year's top-scorer, the Netherlands, to second place.
Singapore is third, followed by Norway, Denmark and South Africa. Spain meanwhile is placed 32nd, with France in 35th.
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