I have seen a lot of people who don't buy a lot of things from the supermarket and usually I am in front of them queue. I want to know how to say you can go to the cashier before me in German.
Gehen Sie ruhig vor. (as an offer)
Sie können gerne vorgehen. (as an offer)
Nach Ihnen. (as an offer)
Möchten Sie vorgehen? (as a question)
Geh ruhig vor. (as an offer)
Du kannst gerne vorgehen. (as an offer)
Nach dir. (as an offer)
Möchtest du vorgehen? (as a question)
A pretty common (formal) phrase is (with either the bitte in front or at the end)
Bitte, nach Ihnen.
One can also say the less formal