"Why do you like to draw?"
Translation:¿Por qué te gusta dibujar?
The answer to "Why do I like to draw?" is "Por que te gusta dibujar?" When is te used instead of tu?
https://studyspanish.com/grammar/lessons/gustar Gustar and encantar (and a few others but I don't know which ones) are different than most verbs. As explained in the site above, in Spanish, the sentence gets turned around a little bit and the person doing the liking becomes the indirect object, hence "te" instead of "tu," while the thing being liked is the subject of the sentence. It's a concept that definitely takes practice to get used to!
Remember tu (without an accent mark) means Your.
The question in Spanish is, ¿Por qué te gusta dibujar? Why does to draw (drawing) please you? (Why do you like to draw)
You (te) are the recipient of the pleasure (gusta) which is brought about by the action of the verb (to draw-dibujar).
An example of using Tú would be, Tú dibujas muy bien. (You draw very well.)
Why is the conjugation here te gusta not te gustas - most other verbs ive come across for 'you' end with an 's'...
With gustar the subject is the thing you like, so here "to draw", and infitives are 3rd person singular