The word fluent is an adjective. Some synonyms for fluent are eloquent, loquacious, smooth-spoken, verbose, and well-versed. Some antonyms for fluent are inarticulate, hesitant, and tongue-tied.
No, the word fluent is not an adverb.The word fluent is an adjective.
The word 'glib' means fluent but insincere.
it can mean fluent.Sentance: Denise Jonas is proficient in sign language.
Martha spoke fluent french.
flow, fluent, fluid, graceful, liquid, moving, running, smooth, streaming
The adverb form of the word fluent is fluently.A example sentence is:He spoke French fluently.
The word 'fluently' is not a noun. The word 'fluently' is the adverb form of the adjective 'fluent'.The noun form of the adjective 'fluent' is fluency.
She was less than fluent in her verbal skills when she lost her temper or became frustrated .
No, it's an adverb.
"He spoke English, French, and Spanish fluently." "He is more fluent in German than Swedish."
Being bilingual means you are fluent in two languages. The prefix bi- meaning two.
(adj.) - talkative; fluent in speech
she was sufficiently fluent in Mandarin
He was fluent in German.I am not so fluent in Japanese.
Articulate means to speak very well and fluent
My Japanese student (fluent speaker) doesn't know it.
Eloquent, fluent, articulate, expressive.
You could add the prefix af- to it to make the word affluent.
Yes it can.Ex. "She speaks in fluent sentences." "His sentences are fluent."Fluent Adj.1.a. Able to express oneself accurately and effortlessly: a fluent speaker; fluent in two languages.b. Effortlessly flowing and smooth; polished: spoke fluent Italian; gave a fluent performance.2. Flowing or moving smoothly; graceful: a dance with long, fluent curves.3. Graceful in motion or shape: the fluent body of a dancer.(From Latin; fluens flowing)
When living in another country is not an option the best way to become fluent in Arabic in 5 years is to enroll in an Arabic course online or in school.
the most fluent
Fluent is an adjective.
He is a voluble speaker. (It means glib or fluent).
I am not personally fluent in Arabic. Although, I'm sure there are many people who are. I wish I could fluently speak another language, seeing as the only language I know is English.