And boy, you sure will wish you knew how to charm them!
In the following list, we’ve given you a few choice phrases that should be easy to remember and quick to charm.
• In Latino culture, it is still widely expected that the man will pay for the woman’s drinks or her meal at a restaurant.
So, it is usually the man who will offer the woman a drink or ask her out to eat, instead of the other way around.
• Dancing is a very central part of Latino culture.
Asking somebody to dance (man or woman) is a great way to start a conversation.
In fact, it might not be a bad idea to take a few salsa classes before your trip!There you have it: a quick, no-nonsense resource for the art of flirting in Latino culture.This is a guest post written by Angela Cardenas, one of the creators of the series of Spanish learning books Spanish At Home and Bright Spanish live video courses.She has years of experience teaching Spanish to students in Los Angeles and this is another contribution of hers to Speaking Latino.by Angela Cardenas Once you find yourself in Latin America, you’ll realize you’ve forgotten something.No matter your age or the supposed purpose of your journey, there’s a good chance it won’t be long after the plane lands until you start wishing you had a skill-set you never thought to prepare for: flirting. Any of you who have been to Latin America in the past already know: Latin America is full of beautiful people.