"Dos cervezas, por favor."
Translation:Two beers, please.
Una de dos frases que mi marido sabe en español. La otra es ¿Dónde está el baño?
bro how many languages did yo study you got like 16 next to your name, are you like a pro translator or something?
Perhaps where you come from Carolla2, but not everywhere in the world. Saying beers is very common in many places.
Two beers, please! is just a simpler way of saying Two glasses/pints/bottles/etc. of beer, please! where the plural 's' is transferred from 'glasses/pints/bottles/etc.' to the word 'beer'.
Beers in plural signifies two different kinds of beer. Two beer, please is indeed a short form of two glasses of beer.
Two beers is incorrect in English, it is a short form of two glasses of beer, grammatically it is incorrect.