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

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51. Posted by AgentCiamp (Budding Member 26 posts) 9y

In Brazil: " Eu quero uma cerveja, por favor. " ( i want a beer please )
cerveja has many names given with love, like Cerva, Loira Gelada ( cold blonde ), Breja, Gelada, Ceva, Cervejinha ( little beer ), Cervejona ( big beer ).
My favorites are 1ª BOHEMIA 2ª ITAIPAVA 3ª SKOL

Vamos beber !!!

52. Posted by johnny_d (Budding Member 34 posts) 9y

In Ireland we say - stick us on a pint mate or in our native language
pionta beorach mas e do thoill e

53. Posted by stinet (Budding Member 37 posts) 9y

Quoting abesworld

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!!

Really impressive!!! Not many people bother to learn Norwegian of all languages!

54. Posted by flo jo (Respected Member 414 posts) 9y

in catalan
Una cerveza s´il us plau

55. Posted by yolandac8 (Respected Member 159 posts) 9y

Good no-one has posted the one in EUSKERA (basque language, spoken in the north of Spain. Bilbao, San Sebastian and all that area):

"Garagardo bat mesedez"
Garagardo = Beer
Bat = one
Mesedez = Please


56. Posted by Jerrycrow (Full Member 165 posts) 9y

in welsh, it is ' sheep's piss please'.

57. Posted by amorphis (Budding Member 47 posts) 9y

In Dutch (language of the Netherlands) we say:
een biertje, alstublieft.
Very strange that there are no German or Czech posts on this thread. After all, they are THE beer drinking countries of Europe.
In Germany they say:
ein Bier, bitte.
The Czech language still remains a total mystery for me. I invite an (hitherto to me unknown) TP participant from this country to make this one clear to the forum. Thanks in advance.