Learning how to talk to a Venezuelaan woman can be a challenge for many foreigners. Especially if you do not speak Spanish! Of course, if you are intent on learning to converse with any woman of Venezuela, you should know that this nation is one of the most popular in Latin America. There are many reasons why. From her love for her family to her devotion to the poor, Venezuela is a very socially liberal country and you will not run into a shortage of women to date or hold romantic interest in.
Despite all the talk about her poor treatment of her country’s political system, the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, has remained by her side, apparently completely unafraid of her speaking out or doing something to upset the government. The fact that he is now confined to an extensive body of doctors who speak Spanish like he speaks Italian, shows that we are not always where we think we are. The people of Venezuela like to boast of their great country and I can respect that, I just wish they were a bit less bragging. It appears to me that they are not always the politically correct crowd. If they did not allow their country to be run like a business, the money shortages would end tomorrow.
I have been to Venezuela and spoken with some very nice and interesting women, both citizens and tourists. They all seemed to be well educated, although obviously not as smart as Americans, but that is to be expected when you have a free market of ideas. The single best bit of advice I can give you is to be honest, open and polite in your dealings with the locals of any country you wish to visit. Of course if you want to stay out of trouble, avoid saying anything stupid and remember that everything you say will be captured on tape and be viewed by the masses.
The other important aspect of interacting properly with the locals is to know your Spanish. Unless you are going to be a tourist visiting from Spain or Brazil, chances are that you will need to master at least some of the basic conversation skills relating to the Spanish language. I have spent many evenings sitting in a coffee shop with fellow Americans and was able to converse quite easily with them, even though I was a little older than they were. Learning how to speak Spanish can really come in handy when you get older and need to make more casual friends.
Another tip on how to talk to a Venezuelan woman is not to use too much lingo. I found that most Americans tend to be quite fluent in their native language, especially in English, which tends to be the most common language that Americans learn in their lifetime. Venezuelans tend to speak more about the daily life events of their country and less about their history and arts. If you are trying to learn how to talk to a Venezuelan woman, stick to the basics and try to learn the basics in her native language first.
Also, it is important to remember that being bilingual does not mean that you can start throwing numbers at your woman. It is important to always know where she is in relation to you, especially when you are just starting out. This can be hard to do, especially if she is taller than you, but there are some tricks that you can try. For example, if you notice that she is walking next to you but your arm is behind hers, then you might want to move yours to something above her head like her ear. This will show that you are paying attention to her and that you are not just reaching out to touch her without thinking about it.
One last tip on how to talk to a Venezuelan woman is to remember that there are no slang words in Spanish. The only way that you are going to be able to understand what she is saying is if you actually hear it. If you have an American girlfriend who is actually from Venezuela, then chances are good that she does not speak English very well, so you may have to rely on others to translate for you. This is not always that hard to do because there are so many people who speak Spanish in the United States. Just make sure to listen to what she is saying and do your best to understand what she is saying.
In order to master how to talk to a Venezuelan woman, you are going to have to practice everyday. Try not to go to new places or eat new foods. It might help if you just take a few notes in your native language, but don’t forget the basics of how to talk. You can speak very well in English, if you practice on a daily basis.