speak on a high level

John Kent

Senior Member
Korea - English
Hi everyone!

If we say, "she speaks really on a high level"! How do you understand that? Can it bear the meaning that she speaks in a profound way and what she says makes a lot of sense?
  • Retired-teacher

    Senior Member
    British English
    I would take it to mean a high-pitched voice. What you want is "She speaks in a really (profound/knowledgeable) way".

    By the way, the word order would be more natural with 'really' in front of 'high'.
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