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Asking for drinks Ag iarraidh deoch

I want... Tha mi ag iarraidh...

Look out for the following pieces of vocabulary in this clip.

tha mi ag iarraidh… I want…

uisge water

uisge-beatha whisky

uisge-beatha literally means 'water of life'.

tha mi ag iarraidh uisge-beatha I want whisky

is and

is is a shorter form of agus:

slàinte cheers

fìon geal white wine

fìon dearg red wine

’s e ur beatha you are welcome

To say 'it's a pleasure' to a friend, use:

's e do bheatha it's a pleasure / you are welcome

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EnglishBeurla
Barman Dè tha sibh ag iarraidh? What do you want?
Man 1 Tha mi ag iarraidh bhodca agus còc. Agus a Choinnich, de tha sibh ag iarraidh? I want vodka and coke. And Kenneth, what do you want?
Coinneach Pinnt. A pint.
Man 1 Làgar? Lager?
Coinneach Aidh. Aye.
Man 1 Agus pinnt làgair. Anna? And a pint of lager. Anne?
Anna Tha mi ag iarraidh uisge-beatha. I want whisky.
Man 1 Agus uisge-beatha, mas e ur toil e. And a whisky, please.