"¿Te gusta la cerveza?"
Translation:Do you like beer?
In English, there is a difference between "Do you like beer?" and "Do you like THE beer?". If this Spanish sentence "Te gusta la cerveza?" translates as the former, how does one say "Do you like the beer?" in Spanish? Consider the scenario where one has a choice of many different beers and he selects one that he has not had previously. It would be completely normal to say "Do you like the beer?" referring to this specific beer. Knowing when to use an article and when not to do so in Spanish is one of the more difficult aspects of this language for me.
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My understanding is instead of saying "do you like THE beer" you would say "do you like THIS beer" which would be esta instead of la or you could say "do you like your beer" and change la for tu. Hope this helps