While practicing your oral comprehension, you need to learn something important: non-verbal communication in Spanish. Sometimes Spaniards use gestures instead of words.
Our wonderful Belén Jurjo has explained the meaning of the most common gestures in colloquial Spanish. Enjoy!
Below you will find interpretation!
Ser un caradura/aprovechar de los demás/tener mucha cara – to be cheeky/shameless
Estar a tope, estar muy lleno – to be crowded
Me voy/me largo – I leave
¿Lo pillas?/¿lo entiendes? – do you get it?/do you understand?
¡Que fuerte! – wow! Expressing something very surprising