The younger generation can speak English... near fluency I'm not entirely sure: for example when I did the national exam the English level we were supposed to have was near B1 or something like that... still, due to the Internet and English being the "lingua franca" right now, it's not uncommon finding (young) people with a high level of English.
The older ones not at all. Most of them can only speak Spanish, and the few that studied another language at school choose probably French.
Nowadays there are more bilingual schools, so I expect the level of English will keep going up.
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