🇨🇳 Chinese

wah yoww ju shoo sa ming chu

🇩🇰 Danish

canya a bistilla in skinga au auster sandwich
This one actually asks for "ham and cheese". My Danish friend assures me that nobody eats plain cheese sandwiches in Denmark and I'd get a confused look if I tried to order one. The "Tak" at the end means "Thank you".

🇫🇮 Finnish

size ingor yooster sanbolang
It's important to emphasize the "yooooo". When I tried saying this on a Finish guy pronouncing it "youster" he had no idea what I was talking about.

🇩🇪 German

ich met ein keyser zandvik
I'm unsure how to pronounce the "keyser" as the guy in the audio clip makes it sound like "Keiser" (as in 'Keyser Soze' or Kaiser Chiefs), but the next German I met assured me that it was in fact "Key-sar".