Mexico hand gestures are worthwhile getting to know before you go on your vacation. “You don’t really learn these gestures; you’re born with them,” says demonstrator Blanca Vargas. “Your parents use them; your friends use them, and you just understand what they mean.”
Learning to speak a new language is quite a challenge for most of us and probably the only time we give it some thought is shortly before we go on vacation. So allocating a little bit of time to understand these hand gestures could endear you to the locals in Mexico more than the little bit of Spanish you’ve finally managed to commit to memory!
An article on hand gestures written by Mexico News Daily writer Leigh Thelmadatter and published last month was picked up by the China Global Television Network (CGTN) where correspondent Alasdair Baverstock took it to a new dimension.
The beginner’s guide to Mexican Hand Gestures is a 2 1/2-minute video that clearly demonstrates the many gesticulations that are part of the Mexican culture.
This article is from Mexico News Daily