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A: My English is poor.
B: My English is not good.
C: I am not good at English.
D: My English is bad.

Which one is more appropriate to use in conversation?

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    I prefer the one in your title. It uses the kind of vague understated language that English speakers use: My English isn't very good – Araucaria Apr 29 '15 at 12:55
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Looking at these different sentences formed correctly about an idea, I don't think the OP's English is poor or bad. I would advise him not to be so humble. Nevertheless, he can use any of the sentences that he thinks is suitable.

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