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

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41. Posted by djiboutici (Full Member 465 posts) 9y

I meant to put:)and not

you have to say "please" of course...

42. Posted by nickagian (Budding Member 6 posts) 9y

In Greece you`ll have to say: "Μία μπύρα παρακαλώ"
You pronounce it like : "Mia bira parakalo"

43. Posted by Zpunk (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

In Danish:

Give me a beer = Stik mig en øl! (won't get you far!)
Give me a beer please = En øl, tak (but we seldom only order 1 at a time ^^)
Typical Danish beers are Tuborg, Carlsberg & Odense so you can easily replace the word øl with the name. Ex. En Carlsberg, tak. ;)

44. Posted by AlexKorn (Budding Member 7 posts) 9y

In Russian: daite pivo / prinesite pivo (the final –e is pronounced too!)

[ Edit: Edited on Apr 16, 2007, at 6:42 AM by AlexKorn ]

45. Posted by Buffalo (Full Member 120 posts) 9y

In Irish...Tabhair dom ''a pint of the black stuff'' le do thoil!!

46. Posted by abesworld (Budding Member 48 posts) 9y

I believe that in Norwegian (a language that I have taken the liberty to try and teach myself) it goes..

Gi meg en øl!

Yeah, you could be polite and say

En øl, takk.

Just like the Danish guy, right??!

Oh yeah, and always ask for another...

En øl til!!

[ Edit: Edited on Apr 16, 2007, at 11:27 PM by abesworld ]

47. Posted by Kostek (Budding Member 8 posts) 9y

In Canada, we say "Can I have a beer, eh?"

48. Posted by TunaOK (Budding Member 107 posts) 9y

In Malaysia , we speak variety of language

English - Give me a beer
Bahasa - Tolong bagi satu beer
Cantonese - Bei yat ji jau ngo
Mandarin - ik bier pei jou
Hokkien - Ho wa chee lei beer
Hakka - Pun Ngai Yit Ke Jew
Tamil - Beer, Ya na ke Ku Der

49. Posted by MelesMeles (Full Member 137 posts) 9y

Estonian: "Palun üks õlu" = a beer, please.

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