Como aprender español segun los ingleses

El diario britanico “The Guardian”, lanzo en sus sitio web una guia para comprender y aprender español, a través de la tipica gesticulacion latina.

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"Está lleno de gente" "It's full of people/it's packed" How to do it: one or both hands are placed in front of the body then rapidly opened and closed.

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"Estoy a dos velas" Literally: "down to two candles" in other words, "I'm totally broke" How to do it: the index and middle fingers are passed downwards in front of the face, starting just below eye level.

"Qué huevon/huevona" "He/she's so sluggish and lazy" How to do it: the hands are lowered below the waist, slightly clenched and moved up and down as if to indicate a great burden.
"Qué huevon/huevona" "He/she's so sluggish and lazy" How to do it: the hands are lowered below the waist, slightly clenched and moved up and down as if to indicate a great burden.
"Güeno, güeno, güeno" "Really, really, really good" (especially typically of southern Spain). "Güeno" is a dialectal version of "bueno" How to do it: the thumb and index finger form a circle, and the hand moves twice or three times in a downward motion.
"Güeno, güeno, güeno" "Really, really, really good" (especially typically of southern Spain). "Güeno" is a dialectal version of "bueno" How to do it: the thumb and index finger form a circle, and the hand moves twice or three times in a downward motion.

Esta es solo la parte 1, se supone que con las semanas, van a ir saliendo mas imagenes para que los ingleses nos entiendan.

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