"I eat steak."
Translation:Io mangio la bistecca.
Yea it doesnt say "THE steak" so how were we supposed to know? This needs to be fixed.
Italian uses articles differently than English does. Here, they use the definite article to indicate the general case in much the same way English omits the article to indicate the general case.
When do you use definite articles to refer to something in general or specifically in Italian, like in this sentence "Io mangio la bistecca?" Would this srntence be correct without the article?
Italian seems to be the opposite of English: Where we omit the definite article to indicate the general case, they include it.
(Also, you can edit your comments. You don't have to post a separate correction. :) )