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How do you say 'Give me a beer' in your local language?

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11. Posted by greensquar (Budding Member 28 posts) 9y

In Chinese: gei wo yi bei bi jiu

12. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 9y

Ozzie.

GissusaschooneraVB

13. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 9y

In the USA:

May I have a beer, please.

Always a good idea to say please......

14. Posted by miromar (Respected Member 175 posts) 9y

In Spain: "Me da una cerveza, por favor?"

You can always add to it: "Mi amigo paga" (my friend is paying) , whilst you point some random person next to you

x x Miromar x x

15. Posted by KANTHIPHAS (Budding Member 9 posts) 9y

Aha...
In Thailand we say: "kor beer noi"
Maow(drunk),
Fify.
(Beer Singh-Beer Thai) :)

16. Posted by Brambor (Budding Member 15 posts) 9y

I'm form belgium: THE Beercountry of the world. We say: Mag ik een pintje alstublieft.
We have 500 kinds of beer so u would probebly not just ask for a normal pint but something special like, leffe , duvel, karmliet ,hoegaarden... Then you just change "pintje" in the beer you want.

17. Posted by emma1979 (Full Member 126 posts) 9y

Quoting katp2512

Aha...
In Thailand we say: "kor beer noi"
Maow(drunk),
Fify.
(Beer Singh-Beer Thai) :)

I thought asking for a beer in Thailand was, "Koh Singha neung bong ka" does that make sense or is my drunken memory totally crap?

18. Posted by till (Full Member 73 posts) 9y

in belguim on the flemish side we say : geef me een biertje or
geef me een pint

19. Posted by martenia (Budding Member 8 posts) 9y

Daj mi piwo... in Polish :)

20. Posted by hmorsi (Budding Member 10 posts) 9y

in Egyptian Arabic "Edeeny beera"