El estro? The male voice's pronounciation is not as clear as the female's.
There is a Duolingo picture of a gesture with a lady touching her nose. I wonder what that touch the nose gesture means.
I also wonder if it means a sign of intention ("The flowers you sent were a nice gesture."), in addition to the motion.
It means you got it on the nose, like you're exactly right. Think charades
In English it is a pun as in "She 'nose' you know!" :-)
The g in gesto sounds more like an english soft g than an h.
For me it sounded like "el cesto" (the basket). (And in the "Type what you hear" exercise there are no picture clues or context to indicate otherwise.)
I heard 'el cesto'
Sounds like en.
Sounds to me like a soft version of a German "ch". This is accurate for a Spanish "g" before "e" or "i". Also for a "j".
I turn to Forvo to hear how real people pronounce words and phrases.
I'm hearing a rolled "r" at the end in the male voice, even at turtle speed
I definitely hear an "r" at the end. Muy dura que entiendo