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SPANISH PHRASES FOR TRAVELERS
topic: DRINKS/DRINKING 1: Ordering drinks (Pidiendo bebidas)



One glass of red wine, please.
Una copa de vino tinto, por favor.

Dry
Seco

I would like a bottle of white wine, please.
Quisiera una botella de vino blanco, por favor.

(Still) water with lemon, please.
Agua natural con limón, por favor.

Mineral water without ice, please.
Un agua mineral sin hielo, por favor.

Do you have fresh orange juice?
¿Tiene jugo de naranja natural?

A glass of orange juice, please.
Un vaso de jugo de naranja, por favor.

Green tea, please.
Un te verde, por favor.

Iced tea, please.
Un te helado, por favor.

What bottled beers do you have?
¿Qué cervezas tienen en botellas?

How much is a bottle?
¿Cuánto cuesta una botella?

Bring it to me in a glass, please.
Me lo trae en un vaso, por favor.

Small coffee with milk, please.
Un café chico, con leche, por favor.

This coffee is not hot. Can you heat it up please?
Este café no está caliente. ¿Me lo podría calentar?


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