"You need the article 'the' here"
Can someone explain why? I've reported it since it's not necessary in English, but I'm curious.
'Do you like night'? Does not sound natural to me. I'd rather ask: 'What do you like better, the morning or the night?
Is there a separate word for "nighttime", or does that word also translate as "noc"? Because if it does, then this sentence totally makes sense.
Why can't we use "a" instead of "the" here? "Do you like a night?" I definitely don't understand "the" here. We don't speak about precise night, it's a question in common, isn't it?
No, as I was told by a native speaker, 'the night' will be used here despite the fact that it's generally about the notion of "night" and not any specific night.