It can also be any non English country, not just Europe. My bad
i habe friend who dont know how to speak english at all, sad.
Hard to say... i would guess that almost all younger people speak basic english but many old fucks dont know a single word. You will be fine in big(ger) cities because most people there speak at least a big of english.
In Belgrade and bigger citiesbI would say that you can have a basic conversation with 10-15% of population. When it comes to younger people I would say up to 30%.
atleast 80% maybe some really old people don't know english and I guess the newborns dont know english aswell but you learn english at age like 6 maybe 8 I dont remember
In Germanic/Nordic countries I guess its like 80% (everyone who is not old)
in Czechia its actually 35% (fluent) of the whole population, but in the developed and most important cities like Prague, Brno, Pilsen or Olomouc everyone speaks some english. In Prague and Brno there are tons of fluent speakers....
In Poland and Slovakia (Central EU), it will be something like in Czechia I guess and in east/south it will be worse exept of Croatia/Slovenia due to tourism.
94% is whats statistics say but i guess around 85, in city's and bigger villages you will be fine
Probably like 70% maybe, old people dont speak it for sure, but young and middle age for sure can
Old people maybe like 10%?
Younger above 70%
Pretty much everyone knows the basics but fluently like 70%
your tell me english in you countryies
95% of 15-33 y/o people 40-50% older people atleast in my country
yes you can get by almost everywhere, just not France XD
99% but their english sucks
In the Netherlands I'd say 90% speaks English in the cities
and about 70% speaks english in the countryside
unfortunately way too much people... in my job i am the only one who can interact with foreigners...
In DK we learn English in 3rd grade, almost no one needs subtitles on American movies and tv series.
For people born after 1960 I'd guess 90% can communicate in English.
People in the age 60+ is usually not skilled enough to communicate properly. There are exceptions ofc.
i think 90% can speak english here but they will not like to do it unless they need, u come to italia u better speak italian, it is the best latin language btw
I mean you're taught it here, but god is it bad. So I'd say 20%? But maybe like 5% actual conversable English.
65% of young people
30% older people I guess
I used to live in the Netherlands and I would say 95% for this country
In the cities I'd say 70-80% of people can speak English, but most people only know the basics sadly
I mean you could get by quite easily, but there's a good chance that you would interact with someone who either doesn't speak English at all or very well
Most young people will understand you and know basic english i guess, the problem comes from older people... and thats why France got a shit reputation in english worldwide.
Not in latin countries (except capitals) and most of European countrysides.
95% speaks English (Netherlands)
80% but that number is slowly falling since many people at my age are too lazy to learn new languages.
i think in age 0-30 it's at least 70% but older people who were forced to learn russian in schools doesn't know single word in english
(Lithuania) i'd say, around 25% speak proper english
I don't know anyone in Brazil who speaks English, nor do I speak I use Google translator
I'd say aboot 35%, wah? I think that's a fair estimate, eh?
Idk. But probably not very well
90% can speak it but atleast 60-70% of that don't know any advanced words just basic conversation vocabulary... and of course a super strong accent.
Honestly I think in every nordic country you are looked down upon if you can't speak English, it just proves that you're most likely a dumbass lol
Sadly to many ppl ... the chineze is the future.
idk about Turkey but my every fucking friend who is Swedish and Finnish can speak English well. theese guys good at it.
Probably around 70% Could speak and understand english