Translation:I buy toothpaste, soap, and beer.
One of these is not like the others... Soap, obviously; you don't put it in your mouth.
This is a perfect language for me, since it has many turkish words like çanta, masa, tava, tavan etc... and many many english/french words that we all have some in our languages. Moreover, they say I'll be able to understand Spanish and Italian ones I learned this. Feels good.
Actually sapun and all its variants (sapone, savon, soap, etc. ) comes from the latin sapo/saponis, which in turn is reported by Plinius as a celtic word. So the origin is probably celtic through latin.