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  • Most exchange students become fluent in the language of the host country within a few months.
  • She spoke fluent Spanish and was a well-known figure in the city.
  • He lived in Japan for two years where he became fluent in the Japanese language.
  • His parents were both fluent in French with a deep love for art, music and history.
  • As a result they are both fluent in English and use it frequently in their songs.
  • He finished school without fluent writing ability, but he loved to read religious texts.
  • Fluent in French, he has released a number of albums in that language.
  • Despite not finishing the course, he would eventually learn to speak fluent French.
  • However, he became fluent in German which was useful later on in life.
  • They both spoke fluent English and had close contact with the Western powers.
  • His family sent him to school, and he was fluent in both English and Spanish.
  • The term is also used for writing in a fluent style.
  • He is fluent in both languages, having spent part of his childhood in Paris.
  • He also claims to be fluent in German, having lived in Germany for four years.
  • Their son became fluent in French and German early in life.
  • They are fluent in English but still identify with the culture our their parents.
  • Present fluent readers can learn such a spelling system in less than ten minutes.
  • In addition to English, she is also fluent in both Spanish and French.
  • He was fluent in several languages other than his native Spanish, including English and Russian.
  • His mother was well educated and taught him history and foreign languages, so he was fluent in English.
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