Si no hablas inglés, pero eres nica, comprenderás viendo las imágenes. Muy bueno.
O sea, tuani.
One of the first lessons I learned upon arriving in Nicaragua is that Nicaraguans not only communicate in Spanish, but also with a series of gestures that are very different from the gestures we’re used to in the States. To prevent confusion and to prepare adequately for life in Nicaragua, please see the following guide on Nica gestures.
“The Lip Point.” The Lip Point is used during conversation to indicate something or someone nearby that you are talking about. “The Lip Point” is used instead of “The Finger Point” or “The Head Nod” in United States gesture-speak. Examples: That lady over there (lip point) sells bread; Go (lip point) in that direction; That guy (lip point) is crazy.
“The Nose Scrunch.” It means, “I don’t know what the hell you’re talking about.” To implement “The Nose Scrunch” effectively, scrunch up only the nose part on your face, as if you…
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