"Le thé est une boisson."
Translation:Tea is a drink.
When making a general statement about a subject, you need the French definite article.
Nouns in French do not usually stand alone. You cannot have just "thé" in a sentence without modifying it with something.
No, it is not. When making a general statement about a subject, you need the definite article.
- Le thé est une boisson. = Tea is a drink.
- Le lait est une boisson. = Milk is a drink.
- Les poulets sont des animaux. = Chickens are animals.