"La nourriture, la boisson"
I wrote "food, drink" because I'm under the impression that, like Spanish, definite articles are used with generic nouns. Is this really wrong?
I did the same thing. It seems like sometimes you need to put "the" in the answer and sometimes you don't. I haven't figured out why yet.
With nourriture, how is there a difference between 'dinner' and 'diet'?