By that definition, only a handful of fluent speakers remains.
His prose is, for the most part, graceful and fluent .
For those not proficient in the local language there is no need to worry, a vast majority of the locals speak very fluent English and are usually only too happy to put it into practise.
His piano playing is smooth, fluent and inventive and the band, when given room to breathe, turn in some fine playing.
It was a very natural, easy, fluent process, and we used a group of talented musicians from both Turkey and Montreal.
The elf smiled, concentrating for a moment, then glanced up, tracing one hand across invisible arcane symbols in graceful, fluent motions.
He, however, confesses that he is not very fluent in the foreign languages since he does not get too much of a chance to converse in those languages.
It will mean ‘jobs for 110 translators fluent in the language, who can earn up to €85,000’.
Sentences should rightly vary according to the nature of the crime, but surely not according to whether a victim had a family who loved him, or whether the victim's family can speak fluent English.
These performances of the three late sonatas too have a fine, confident sweep and display Pizarro's easy, fluent virtuosity.