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Way to order a Beer in 17 different Countries
SMPP Software ProviderOrdering a beer abroad in the native tongue is satisfying; you get a delicious brew and can make a stronger connection with the bar staff and other locals. If you want to go that extra inch and show full respect to the kind barkeep who’s serving you, it can be rewarding to both of you (and impress the barflies) to use the two or three local words required – and seal the deal with the appropriate ‘Skål’, ‘Prost’ or, well, ‘Cheers’ (which goes down well in most Anglophone countries). It isn’t always as easy as that: in Myanmar, you’ll need to toast with a hearty “Aung Myin Par Say!”, and only after ordering “be ya ta khwet” in your best Burmese. In neighbouring Thailand, the toast is a far more festive sounding ‘Chok-dee!’, which may be all you can manage having stuttered your way through ‘“Ow bee-a neung krup”’ – “one beer please, sir!” (Be sure to swap out the ‘krup’ for ‘ka’ if the barman is a barwoman.
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