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How to say this in Korean

Sometimes I want to say that I have a certain level of English. For example, I often wanna say smth like this:

'According to the tests I have upper-intermediate level of English'. 테스트에 따르면 전 ??? 있어요.

All I'm trying to ask is what's 'upper-intermediate', 'intermediate', 'beginner', 'advanced', 'fluent' words in Korean.

Another example: 'My English is rather fluent'. 내 영어가 유창한 편이다. Is this correct?

Please help me to work this out.

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    beginner "초급"
    intermediate "중급"
    advance "고급"
    upper-intermediate "중상급 (?)"
    lower-intermediate "중하급 (?)"

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