They request sweet tea should be correct. The word 'request' is given as an alternative
I typed my answer rather than use the word bank and "sweet tea" was accepted
not for me :-( reported 26-02-19 I take that back! I had the wrong pronoun, sorry team! :-o
If it's minta, it's informal. If it's meminta it's formal. Forgive me if I'm wrong
couldn't 'minta' also be translated as 'order' as opposed to 'ask for'?